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Lauren Shera - Gold and Rust (2014)

10-09-2014, 13:58
Folk | Pop | Indie | FLAC / APE

Lauren Shera - Gold and Rust (2014)

Artist: Lauren Shera
Title Of Album: Gold and Rust
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Digsin, LLC
Genre: Folk, Indie Pop, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 42:49 min
Total Size: 101 / 266 MB


1 Light and Dust 03:57
2 To Behold 03:30
3 Hell's Bells 04:47
4 Coastlands 03:55
5 The Crashing Sea 03:43
6 Sweetgrass 04:14
7 Stepheny and Agabar 04:19
8 Lila 05:14
9 Howl 03:52
10 Evening 05:16

Given that singer-songwriter Lauren Shera was born in New York, raised in California but now resides in Nashville, you might not be surprised to hear she’s a hard character to pin down.

There’s a strong flavour of country in her sound, as her current location would suggest, but what makes her third album an intriguing listen is the way that influence is effortlessly blended with folk and indie sounds. So, for instance, while tracks such as ‘Light and Dust’ and ‘Sweetgrass’ will appeal to fans of the laid back retrospection of Joni Mitchell, at other points like ‘Lila’ or ‘Howl’, you could be listening to The Smiths being fronted by a sassy sounding Suzanne Vega.

Lyrically, too, there’s nothing stereotypical about her confessional tales of heartbreak and proclamations of self-belief and inner strength. The huge American country market is doubtless the target for ‘Gold and Rust’, but there is plenty here to please those looking for a bit more originality and innovation that that genre can usually be relied upon to provide.

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