"I really descended into the dark feeling of this picture, and I wondered if any waterside deal is inherently intimidating.
Also, I wondered about the nature of the deals one does with oneself, and how it would be interesting to place such a deal in this dodgy context.
and ... let's face it... I flagrantly borrowed from the imagery of "don't pay the ferryman" - "don't even fix a price" - employing some good ol' journey to hell vibes... always a lot of laughs there ... right?"
Greg Arnold is the ARIA and was APRA award winning singer-songwriter behind the Australian folk-rock institution Things of Stone and Wood.
With Things of Stone and Wood’s first two albums The Yearning and Junk Theatre were top ten hits that included some of Greg's most well known songs: the summery smash hit of '93 Happy Birthday Helen, Rock this Boat, Share this Wine and Wildflowers.
He has also produced many albums, with recent Carus and Skipping Girl Vinegar recordings enjoying extensive radio play and critical acclaim.
Arnold’s latest full studio solo album, Lost Marie, is a collection of story songs. A cast of the lost, the lonesome, ex-cons and cons to be are wrapped in a blanket of warm melodic acoustica featuring a banjo, a saw, a piano and brass.