Holy crap this is a good album. Maia Sharp is one of those people who has been writing songs for big name bands for years, but never did it for herself.
The album is, as you’d expect, a collection of extremely well-written songs. Lyrically and musically, they flow perfectly and each tells a beautiful story of love, loss, beauty and fear.
Here’s the obvious singles: Backburner and Who Knows You. But any number of these songs could be singles or hits, but together they form a nearly perfect debut album.
Americana. Smooth. Mature pop. I take it back. This isn’t nearly perfect.