The man behind Lusitanian Ghosts, Neil Layton, may have his roots in Portugal and Canada, but his music is deeply embedded in the Nordic nations. He surrounded himself with Swedish artists and instrumentation for his last album The Betrayal of the Self (released under his own name) and brought some of that to bear on the followup, recorded with his new collective. The self-released debut is set to drop on June 8th and to give us a taste of the action, he’s sharing the delightful and dynamic “Past Laurels” with us.

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