I got sent this song and i fell in love. Its hard sometimes to add a electronic drum sequence in a song, i think, but in this song its intriguing and beautifully done. It interesting the first second onwards. And teh songwriting is just great and classic, wiht a tone of hope, anxious, courage and sadness all at the same time, which i think is done masterfully. Definetly fell in love with this one.
They say: Maryland singer/songwriter Suzy Callahan’s melancholic songs are filled with vivid raw, emotional honesty and orbit around her thick and creamy, dulce de leche voice. Her style hints to folk but with modern hues of art-pop. As blog alt77 put it, “There’s no use in labeling Suzy Callahan. None will stick! This is the music of someone that inhabits a world of their own and translates it into music.” Raised partly in Yorkshire, England by parents who worked for the NSA, Callahan performed in pubs at age 16 doing mostly Linda Ronstadt covers. Moving back to the states she spent her formative years in bar bands before meeting her husband Scott Tyburski. Sharing a love for “psychedelic minimalism” they formed Devils Wielding Scimitars, released 3 CMJ charting albums including the Kramer produced III then disbanded in 1997 to raise 2 children.