We fell in love with the musical musings of Rachel Sermanni’s Lay My Heart, instantly.
Sermanni’s heart-ful perspectives of her lyrics influenced our memorial buttons, and we cried inside – thinking of all the missed moments – conceptual and real.
The loves we could have had, the loves we had and lost.
The friendships we had, and how we all could have made it better.
All the while, thinking of the things and relationships we now have, and how they can be cherished.
It’s a large responsibility.
And as the passage of time, rolls forward, information mounts up and layers in our hearts. This is where songs like ‘Lay my Heart’ hurts many, the most.
For it clicks on that button, and helps – nay – forces us automatically to examine the Rolodex of memories. Good, bad, weird, happy, sad, frustrating – all they may be.
Then we smirk.
A small smile for gratitude.
And the private nod, to self, of recognition.
Inspiring feelings, and hopefully, assisting in moving forward.
It’s the complexity of love and passion.
And we think Sermanni really does this well, in this song.
We dig it, a lot.
She’s rep’ed by Middle of Nowhere Recordings, out of the Highlands of Scotland.
So, how’s about it? Check her out.
Kudos, Rachel. Kudos.