“From the Pink Room” Gets Reviewed

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Yesterday I received notification that From the Pink Room had been reviewed by Lisa Whealy at Independent Clauses, an indie music site. I am immensely flattered by the review, and so excited to share it. Here’s my favorite excerpt. Click here for the full review.

It is not strange how art is shaped by real life. “Willie Nelson” and “For Goose” both touch on grief and the power it has over a life left to live. Haunting and hopeful, the two songs contrast each other like complimentary colors in a garden of flowers. What lessons are learned is the message, but the memory is the real foundation. “Boulder” is one of the absolute standouts on an exceptional indie acoustic guitar release. In covering The Smiths’ classic “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out,” Anderson shows off a stellar mix of simplicity and power. Haunting and painful, the song resonates with every and any broken heart. Emotions bleed through the vocal delivery from Anderson.

Thanks to Lisa and Independent clauses for sharing their thoughts on the album, which is currently streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and Soundcloud.