Sometimes you just want to melt away. And when Brooke Stephenson sings, she sings for you. Flittering ambitions of the heart, gather inside the heavy storms of life and love, envelopes thoroughly and exponentially in Brooke’s beautiful Americana vocals.
Since introducing herself to a national audience as a contestant on NBC’s The Voice, Brooke Stephenson has been winning the hearts of listeners with an evocative brand of Americana music. Her latest single, produced by John Spiker (Tenacious D, Beck, John Carpenter), is a pedal steel laden ode to love and betrayal, showing her gift for finding beauty amidst heartbreak.
“You were somebody’s baby, and yet I gave you all of my years.”
Brooke sings in a memorable hook. While she sounds weary and resigned at times, her voice is kept steady by a sense of strength and purpose. As the tragedies mount, Brooke’s uplifting sense of melody keeps this fragile ballad focused on reaching the light at the end of the tunnel.
Cathartic experience sure to touch the hearts of anyone who is reeling from loss and maybe an ultimate revival.
Look for more from Brooke.