Drumlin’s new modern folk album, Paper Flowers (released March 12, 2011), has a different twist. The album is composed almost entirely of Drumlin’s own songs, speaking of romance, hope, loss, adventure, and connection, including a single adaptation of a song fragment found deep within the Nova Scotia Archives.
“Our continuing progress has been very inspiring for us! We incorporated our own life interpretations into Paper Flowers. It will be a cross-generational approach to music, as it will feature songs written by Drumlin as well as songs from Nova Scotia’s historically rich culture.”
Dal Gilbert: acoustic and electric guitar, vocals
Anya Gilbert: violin, mandolin, tin whistle, vocals
Kassia Gilbert: vocals, cello, bass guitar
Liam Gilbert: percussion
Gus Webb: keyboard
Tim Feswick: bass guitar, additional percussion, synth, harmonies on 'Fire'
Produced, Recorded and Mixed by Tim Feswick
Arranged by Drumlin and Tim Feswick
Mastered by Charles Carvalho
at João Carvalho Mastering
Background painting Harvest by Susan Feindel
Band illustrations by Joel Mackenzie
Photography by Chen Meng
Art Direction by Jud Haynes