“If Lucinda Ever Fronted Fleetwood Mac, This Might Be The Outcome” (No Depression) – More Early Praise For Amelia White’s New Album
Old Postcard Out March 4th
January 24, 2014 – East Nashville’s Amelia White continues to win early praise for her new album Old Postcard, out March 4th. Outlets including American Songwriter, CMT Edge and No Depression have joined a growing chorus of acclaim for the tough, thoughtful new album.
Listen to album standout “Big Blue Sun” here: http://www.cmtedge.com/2013/12/04/amelia-white-anticipates-a-big-blue-sun/
Here’s what we’ve been hearing:
"Reminds us of prime Lucinda."
"['Big Blue Sun' is] pensive yet propulsive....White fills out her lonely imagery with chilly harmonies and a weaving, staggering guitar melody."
“If Lucinda ever fronted Fleetwood Mac, this might be the outcome.”
"The Nashvillian’s forthcoming album Old Postcard features a plush, sometimes gospel-lifted sound and recalls the kind of records Lucinda Williams used to make. And it should make a name for White with anyone who cares about three chords, melody and the truth."
"Song of the day - a classic Americana sound and a big, bright hook on the track 'Big Blue Sun.'"
-KDHX St Louis
Full list of tour dates can be found here: http://ameliawhite.com/tour-dates
White, who “trades on elevated melodic sensibilities and intensely contemplative lyrics” (The Tennessean), takes a long look at home, history and family on Old Postcard. There’s a toughness and grit to the record, not just in some of the louder guitars or the world-weariness of lyrics, but also in the way the East Nashville-based singer and songwriter finds hope despite life’s travails and shortcomings. And throughout Old Postcard, the songs fully display White’s ear for truly memorable melodies and hooks.
For more information on Amelia White, please contact Rob Krauser (email@example.com) at REK Room Media, 917.703.8361.