PostMap 03°03 02'11.2018" - Randolph's Leap

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PostMap 03°03 02'11.2018" - Randolph's Leap

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Randolph’s Leap - ‘Hoping To See’

Printed postcard, with download code for music. 

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TRACKLISTING

  1. Hoping To See (Radio Edit)

  2. Hoping To See (Alternative Version)

  3. Hoping To See (Lost Map Session)


  photo by Flares’n’Seagulls

photo by Flares’n’Seagulls

Taken from Randolph’s Leap latest lo-fi wonder of an album Worryingly Okay, ‘Hoping to See’ is a laid-back 70s country-rock style song about a (fictional) tale of infidelity with an optician, recorded at a small cottage in Gargunnock, Scotland. It’s out now as a PostMap postcard single, featuring three alternative versions of the song, including a live performance recorded while singer and songwriter Adam Ross was on tour with the acclaimed musical Isle Of Love, which is based around Randolph’s Leap’s music. Available to watch and share now, a video of the performance was shot on the set of the production – hence the cardboard CalMac boat and pier stage.

“I recorded this one in a wee cottage in Gargunnock. In terms of lo-fi production values, it’s one of my favourite self- recorded tunes along with Black & Blue and The Nonsense In My Soul from previous albums. I’m pleased with the drum sound, the harmonica solo and the general 1970s country-rock kind of feel. Lyric-wise, it’s a (fictional) tale of infidelity with an optician.” Adam Ross, Randolph’s Leap