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A Lush and Honest Rock Album from Jenny Scara


A new album release from Jenny Scara brings together everything from indie rock, garage, and loads of classic rock with hints of psychedelic and experimental production at times and it all comes with such a lush character that you end up getting attached to that the most.


A lot of the songs on the Love You Always album come through with such a wonderful energy that it almost feels like the songs were recorded live on the floor and the players involved are just feeding off of each other the entire time.


I love this vibe because it adds so much color and vibrancy to the music itself and the performances all come through with this unique persona as songs range from Americana undertones to singer-songwriter, rock, and even these vast cinematic feels at times.


By the time you get halfway through this record you begin to expect the unexpected although you know there's a certain kind of glue that holds it all together and a certain staple sound in a way as well and I think a lot of that has to do with her vocal performance which at times reminds me of something like a female Jeff Buckley.


But there's so much passion and soul involved in these performances that even if I was completely wrong about the whole live on the floor thing, it still makes you want to see this performed live in your face simply because all this was captured on record with such bright energy then seeing this live must be incredible.


This is a massive record and for me, it served as an escape in a way because if you listen to the whole thing through then you start to forget about where you are and what you're doing, and you just get sucked into everything.


This to me is almost like a musical gift and when this album is over you have to react to meet yourself back to reality again.


These songs are flowing, and beautifully done, they have a persona and this authentic tonality to it like each song has a purpose and a message or was something personal that needed to be freed.


This is certainly the type of record that you listen to from beginning to end because although the songs can feel like they tie together at times I'm not sure this is a concept album however, having said that, you don't get the full spectrum of the soundscapes that this record can deliver by just listening to one or two tracks.


All the different songs have a unique way of showcasing the songwriter's personality.


This was most definitely a very personal record for Jenny and maybe it was even cathartic for her to write and release but for the listener, songs can be not only relatable but at times they can cause memories of your own to pop into your head at random and I think that's just a beautiful thing.


You don't get something like that often so when it comes around you tend to hold on to it and a lot of this record sticks with you for hours or even days after you listen to it.


This was a tremendous release with loads of heart, honesty, and personality which is one of the best combinations you could get out of any kind of music delivered.


Take a swim through this record when you get a chance and remember where you heard it first.

































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