The Ocean Pocket
The first in the Pocket series, The Ocean Pocket was released in November 2011 and features Cléas original songs I, the Captain and The Seas. The free Favour with this Pocket is a poster of Cléa at the beach, which you can see here in the gallery. The accompanying artwork was produced by Charly Dunne. Both songs feature Peter Chiles on Drum Kit and The Seas features backing vocals by Sam Murrary, courtesy of Archer Records. The tracks were recorded, mastered and produced by Steve Fenton at Calder Recordings.
The Destiny Pocket
The second in the Pocket series, The Destiny Pocket was released in November 2012 and features Cléa's original songs Ruby Pier and Notion as well as an acoustic bonus track of Ruby Pier. The free Favour in this Pocket is a ruby-red dice with a ferris wheel depicted on it. The accompanying artwork was produced by Dan Argyle. The tracks were recorded, mastered and produced by Steve Fenton and Laurence Tiffany at Calder Recordings.
The Atlas Pocket
Find out a little bit more about the Pocket series
The third, and final, Pocket in the series, The Atlas Pocket has been released in November 2013, featuring Cléa's original songs The Map, The Love of Atlas and A-Z. The free Favour in this Pocket is a signed postcard featuring the lyrics of one of the songs from the Pocket. The accompanying artwork is produced by Frances Sales. The tracks are being recorded and mixed by John Heward and Cléa Knight at The Rectory Recordings, Rothbury and mastered by Steve Fenton at Calder Recordings..
The idea of Music Pockets was developed by Cléa who had the desire to create a work that, whilst having certain features of a full-length album, would be of a smaller scale.
Each Pocket will comprise two or three songs, a four-page artwork booklet complete with lyrics as well as a free Favour, all of which will hold to the theme of the Pocket.