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Lewis Barfoot
About "Taranaki"
This song was inspired by a visit to New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand. Written in celebration of a Powhiri where I was welcomed by the local Maori community. The Powhiri, as I understand it, is a meeting of spirit, a meeting without social masks. It’s a ritual, I love rituals. This is a ritual where I met new people in a state of presence, love, openness. It was a beautiful moment and this songs is my response to that magic. Thank you for the inspiration people of New Plymouth.

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 Half English, half Irish, Modern Eclectic Folk Singer Songwriter. Following the release of her EP “ Catch Me” at St Pancras Old Church in 2016, a UK Summer Sunday’s Tour and her first international appearance in Portugal,  Lewis is now recording her debut album “Folkalism”   “Delicious music: a massage of the heart, a whisper t... more
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West European
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