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Remind Me - Brooke Annibale - The Simple Fear (CD, Album)

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  1. Vijin says:
    Sep 28,  · Brooke Annibale has a new album “The Simple Fear.” Brooke Annibale “The Simple Fear” “Remind Me” and “Decide” excel at reverie-inducing trances, while “Find My Way” is.
  2. Maukora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Simple Fear on Discogs. Label: Brooke Annibale Music - none • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •.
  3. Mezijas says:
    PopCrush had very kind words to say about Brooke and the new album, The Simple Fear this week! " While even her earlier work exhibits an obvious knack for songwriting, Annibale’s growth as an artist is most clearly stated on The Simple pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.xyzinfo’s a cohesive collection of dark, slow-burning folk tracks: Heavy on the guitar and barely-there percussion, all the while exhibiting a masterful.
  4. Kigalkis says:
    Annibale is at her best, though, in the more pop-heavy songs, when the production is a bit more lush. It elevates and enriches her singing, and her harmonies pack more of a punch. “Remind Me” is the standout on Fear for this reason, building in intensity and dimension from the beginning to the last hushed notes. “Like the Dream of It.
  5. Zujar says:
    Brooke Annibale - Remind Me Lyrics. just stop wait a minute, let me talk words twisted in knot we were nothing like we thought just remind me it only takes a second to say i'm.
  6. Taushura says:
    Oct 02,  · Brooke Annibale. Album The Simple Fear. Patience Lyrics [Verse 1] Oh, dear clarity, please come Remind Me 3. Decide 4. Find My Way 5. Alright.
  7. Vomuro says:
    Full length album, released Oct 2, Tracklist: Like The Dream of It Remind Me Decide Find My Way Alright Go All Over Again.
  8. Kazrahn says:
    On October 2, singer/songwriter Brooke Annibale will release her fourth full-length studio album The Simple Fear.. A former Nashville resident now based in her hometown Pittsburgh, Annibale questions apprehension of the unknown future, basic life expectations, and the fear .

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