Culture Collide writes that Inara George‘s new record finds the longtime bird and the bee singer “exploring ambitious new territory. Perhaps nowhere on the album is this more apparent than with the track ‘A Bridge,’ in which George does away with all instrumentation and pop influence, choosing to experiment with the hypnotic and spiritual nature of layered a cappella harmonics. The song is composed entirely of vocal harmonies, Inara’s own voice providing the lyrical content above the shimmering melodies of the four-piece choir behind her.” The site has the premiere of the video, which takes viewers behind the scenes with George and her musician friends as they rehearse and record with her. See it here.
Dearest Everybody is at radio and looking for chart support this week.