Harp meets ambient on Mary Lattimore & Paul Sukeena’s new album, West Kensington





Serene sonics to sooth the mind.

Harpist Mary Lattimore and guitarist Paul Sukeena are releasing a new collaborative album, called West Kensington, via Three Lobed this May.

Born from a shared interest in memory, West Kensington is described as “a landscape for memory … suspended in the cosmos.”

Across the album’s six tracks, the pair sculpt delicate soundscapes out of harp, ambient, guitar, chimes, and drone.

West Kensington marks Lattimore and Sukeena’s first full-length collaboration, following their ‘Dreaming of the Kelly Pool’ track.

West Kensington also follows Lattimore’s Collected Pieces: 2015-2020 compilation, on Ghostly.

Pre-order West Kensington here in advance of its 20th May release; check out the artwork and tracklist below.


1. Hundred Dollar Hoagie
2. Flaming Cherries Jubilee at Antoine’s
3. Altar of Tammy
4. Didn’t See The Comet
5. This Time Juliane Landed Softly
6. Garage Wine

Photo by: Brian Bruemmer