Artist: Voces8
Title: Eventide
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2014
Duration: 01:04:29
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz
Label: Decca

Decca is delighted to announce that VOCES8, one of Britain’s most dazzling vocal ensembles, has joined its roster of artists. The thrilling young singers of VOCES8 combine terrific energy and charisma with immaculate vocal blend, breaking down barriers between music as diverse as Tallis, Bruckner and Emeli Sand.

Critics have showered VOCES8 with praise, celebrating their “radiant” and “luminous” sound, “imaginative theatricality” and spotlighting their “impressive stage presence”. VOCES8 make their Decca debut with the release of Eventide in early 2014, an exquisite album exploring the magical time between day and night, including original compositions and freshly arranged pieces spanning five centuries and all rooted in reflection and repose. Eventide’s rich sonic blend is frequently combined with haunting solo instrumentals from saxophone, cello, and harp and is sure to appeal to the discerning listener who enjoys music with gorgeous sound and spiritual meaning.

The singing of Voces8 is impeccable in its quality of tone and balance, and the sopranos preserve the vocal line when necessary by not using strong consonants. They bring a new dimension to the word ‘ensemble’ with meticulous timing and tuning without a conductor…This is easy listening of the higest calibre, beautifully recorded. – Gramophone Magazine, April 2014

Pitch-perfect harmonies, in dreamily sumptuous sonics. – BBC Music Magazine, April 2014


  1. Te lucis ante terminum (Festal) – 3:18
  2. Hymn To The Fallen – 4:43
  3. Reflexionem – 3:28
  4. Where I Sleep – 4:11
  5. The Seal Lullaby – 4:12
  6. Second Eve – 6:04
  7. Quanta Qualia – 4:01
  8. Underneath The Stars – 2:20
  9. Locus Iste – 4:19
  10. Corpus Christi Carol – 2:50
  11. Benedictus – 3:13
  12. Os Justi – 4:51
  13. Steal Away – 4:12
  14. Ave Maria – 3:28
  15. O Magnum Mysterium – 5:51
  16. Te lucis ante terminum (Pentecostal tone) – 3:37