Fertile Ground

Farmhouse Odyssey

Fertile Ground is a hero's journey through the subjective world of dreams towards the ground of self transformation. "It happened as always in a dream when you leap over space and time and the laws of life and mind, and you stop only there where your heart delights." - Fyodor Dostoyevsky

"Dreams are extraordinarily strange. One thing appears with terrifying clarity, with the details finely set like jewels, while you leap over another, as though you did not notice it at all — space and time, for instance. It seems that dreams are the work not of mind but of desire, not of the head but of the heart… In a dream things quite incomprehensible come to pass." - Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Artwork by Ali Saren

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Farmhouse Odyssey work with great skill and produce an idiosyncratic, stand-alone, wonderful mix of classic progressive rock and folk. "Fertile Ground" is an album full of good ideas and interesting twists, it comes up with beautiful moments and powerful instrumental passages. All of this is at the same time calm, and yet presented with great intensity. For me one of the strongest albums in 2019 in this segment of Progressive Rock.”

Nik Brückner, http://www.babyblaue-seiten.de/album_18127.html

"Fertile Ground is an album full of both sincerity and intricate/innovative progressive rock. Heed the call, and please get this album for yourself and sit back and dream of a new future." ”

Professor Mark, progressiverockcentral.com

Fertile Ground feels incredibly fresh, and not just because of its subject matter. In drawing on the best from both worlds, Farmhouse Odyssey have created an endearing, engaging, and downright infectious album filled with tasty compositions and a captivating atmosphere.”

Eden Kupermintz, https://www.heavyblogisheavy.com

How does one portray dreamscapes? "Fertile Ground” does this. With sophistication, unpredictability, immense musical skill and scope, we are drawn into other dimensions: the Self is found less in hard data, and more in softer, yet more dangerous vistas.”

Stephen Conrad, progressiverockfanatics.wordpress.com

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Artwork by Extra Maat and James Lovejoy
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