Welsh harpist Amanda Whiting returns with her second album, Lost in Abstraction, which is this week’s PBS Feature Album.

Lost in Abstraction was written during the period of unknown when Whiting, like most, explored her own sense of self. Throughout the pandemic, freedom and the dependable structures of familiarity were dissolved in most aspects of life, but music stayed constant. The album explores the questions and realisations whilst confined: the spiritual findings, the playful curiousness and the reflective moments of loss.

Whiting’s writing indulges the listener with the spiritual ethereal washes of sound demanded of the harp, whilst also embracing her influences across many genres. Classically trained, her roots are evident. But with an emotionally charged energy and spiritual questioning, a new soundscape of modernity has emerged on Lost in Abstraction.

Tune in to PBS all this week to hear tracks from Lost in Abstraction, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on CD via this Tuesday's e-newsletter so make sure you check your inbox! 

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Julia Jacklin - 'I Was Neon'

Julia Jacklin - I Was Neon (Official Video)


Mary Gauthier - 'Dark Enough To See The Stars'

Dry Cleaning - 'Don't Press Me'

CLAMM - 'Monday'

CLAMM - Monday (Official Video)


Ben Woods - 'Wearing Divine'

Ben Woods - Wearing Divine (Official Video)


Cool Sounds - 'Hello, Alright, You Got That?'

Marlon Williams - 'Thinking Of Nina'

Marlon Williams - Thinking Of Nina (Official Video)


Phia - 'Someone Out There' feat. XAVIA

Donald's House - 'Budge-E Beat'

Rival Consoles - 'Echoes'