The Little Unsaid was stewed up in the badlands of West Yorkshire by hill-dwelling multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter John Elliott.
The new album ‘Fisher King’ combines electronics, orchestral arrangements for strings and brass, loops, pianos, guitars, toolboxes, bagpipes, bits of furniture and John’s androgynous vocals. It was recorded with London-based producer and engineer Michael Griggs in various London studios, in a house made of glass in Highgate Cemetery, in the steeple of a crumbling old church, and in a cottage on a tiny island in the middle of the Celtic Sea.
The album was mixed by Jonny Greenwood’s (Radiohead) producer Graeme Stewart, who produced and mixed the music for Hollywood movies such as There Will Be Blood, The Master and Inherent Vice.
The hypnotic orchestral-electronic track ‘Can We Hear It?’ features a choir of primary school children, recorded during John’s time working in a school in East London.
From the artists website