Releases to Date
Below are all our released albums to date – they were released as ‘This Healing Place’ are are free on all the usual streaming channels (Apple Music, Spotify, etc).
Maddy and Sam Chassar-Hesketh
‘Weeping Snow into Blossom’.
Statement from the album:
At a time when we are constantly told the world is in crisis, we need to raise our sights to the future to what is possible.
We need to find new visions, new stories, new ways of organising our lives that are sustainable and in harmony.
We need to transcend the Winter of the old and find the Spring of the new.
This work explores the vibrant energy of change.
The transition from the dark to the light. The shift from the old to the new.
The transformation from Winter to Spring. The journey from Snow to Blossom.
To save our planet and live in harmony with the natural world – it is time to weep snow into blossom.
Love and Light,
Maddy & Sam Chassar-Hesketh. x
The First Circle live Ceremonies.
We released First Circle – which captured the atmosphere of our concerts during the magical Summer months of 2018.
The Sound Journey Sessions
‘We continued to play live across the UK. Our concerts were becoming Sound Journeys – where people brought Yoga Mats, laid down and closed their eyes so we could take them on a journey.’
‘We wanted to ensure it was the music and it’s connection to the natural world and the inner soul that matters. We wanted to ensure the concerts meant we were all connected – as one.’
Maddy & Sam Chassar-Hesketh, 2017
A Beautiful Day in the Hills
Maddy and Sam Chassar-Hesketh’s first album aged 9 and 11. Celebrating the joy of a day immersed in nature – from Sunrise through the Sunset. We sent our album to people in power – asking them to remember the beauty of life on the planet and let it influence their thoughts and actions.
‘We wanted to capture the immense power and beauty of the hills where we live. We call the hill behind our home ‘Dragon Hill’ as the earth’s energy just seems to radiate from it. We also wanted to write about the stars – we live miles away from any artificial lighting – so the night skies are awe inspiring’. Maddy & Sam Chassar-Hesketh.