Christine Baird – ‘Sense Of It All’ EP Release

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Christine Baird – ‘Sense Of It All’

Hailing from New York City, musician Christine Baird has released the excellent EP, ‘Sense Of It All’, in March 2021. It is a wonderful Americana release that needs to be heard!

An enticing intro opens the EP; it is atmospheric and sets the scene beautifully as to what is to come. ‘Alone Tonight’ features gorgeous guitars mixed to either side of the sonic spectrum. Baird’s soulful and rich vocal performance sets the piece alight. 

‘Girl You Can’t Lose’ is a stand out blue song. It is filled with gorgeous instrumentation, and Baird’s deep and sensitive vocals effortlessly guide the song along. ‘Never Had to Ask’ closes the release and leaves the audience reaching for the repeat button. It is an EP filled with a warm texture and intoxicating melodies; simply sublime! 

Baird says about the release, “It was very much inspired by (mine) and Ashton’s love of the massive sound that defines late 90s and early 2000s country music.” They continue, “Each song on the album has a definitive character that symbiotically connects to tell a story and give the listener a really good ‘Sense of It All.’

Ashton Michael Corey/Eric Conn

‘Sense Of It All’ has been superbly engineered and produced by Ashton Michael Corey and Mastered by Eric Conn at Independent Mastering in Nashville. Together, the team have created an EP that firmly puts Christine Baird as an artist to watch this 2021. 

So make sure you add ‘Sense Of It All’ to your playlist this week. Christine Baird is an artist who is on the way up, and we very much look forward to hearing what she will do next. 

Until then, ‘Sense Of It All’ is available from the link below; enjoy!

FV Music Blog March 2021

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