Ken Tucker on Caitlin Rose’s The Stand In:
As its title suggests, The Stand-In finds Rose assuming various roles in her songs, but they really boil down to two: the person who’s been wronged and the person who’s committed a wrong. Rose produced this album with Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson, who also co-wrote much of the material with her. The production of any given song frequently rubs against the mood of its lyric, with downbeat sentiments made tense when strung along a zippy, coursing melody, or a hopeful verse called into question by the downward spiral of guitars, keyboards and drums.
Above, “Own Side” off of Caitlin Rose’s new album The Stand In
You Ain’t Alone | Alabama Shakes
We really ain’t that different, you and me
‘Cause I’m scared the storm’s gonna take me away.
I’M NO TEENAGE ICON
I’M NO LOUIS TOMLINSON
here’s a mix of a few songs to make your mornings a little brighter (✿◠‿◠)
Well here is Rebecca Naomi Jones singing an Amy Winehouse song