The Sea, a Collaboration Between Gareth E. Rees and Dead Gull

LOCATION: The Sea

WORDS: Gareth E. Rees

MUSIC: Martin Fuller AKA Dead Gull

Below is a poem I performed in a series of coastal gigs for The Outer Church in summer 2014, now put to music by fisherman, film maker and noise-botherer Martin Fuller. You can read more about his films here, listen to more of his racket here or follow him on Twitter.

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