This story is recorded in a groundbreaking 360-degree sound technique on location in Yorkshire and is designed to be listened with headphones for the best audio experience.
In Sour Hall, George (Fallon) is anxious to start a new chapter in her life as she inherits her family's ancestral farm, and moves in with her partner Ash (Mackie).
The couple are trying to escape a terrible incident from their past, but this new home only divides them further as Ash becomes increasingly isolated and alone.
Ash is also left unsettled about the community's hostile reaction to the presence of an interracial, same-sex couple, especially after she begins hearing a bizarre clanging in the milking shed.
George is desperate to keep Ash away from the shed, causing even more suspicions to come between the couple as Ash catches her partner whispering to someone. Or something?
"By recording on location I feel like I could really put myself in Ash's position, rather than imagining it," Mackie has said. "When things scare me they tend to really stay with me and I think this story and the way that the narrative builds will certainly stay with the audience."
Fallon added: "It was so beneficial to record on site and in 360 degree sound. It's going to feel very intense and I think really immerse the listener, as they will not only be listening to the drama but they will be able to feel it as it takes place around them. It makes the content quite terrifying."
Sour Hall will be released on January 25 from Audible UK. You can pre-order it right now.
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