Bridgid Mae Power - The Two Worlds [For fans of dusky dreamy folk with tons of atmosphere]


#1

Never heard of her before but gave her album a go on the back of glowing reviews and I’m floored by how beautiful it sounds. Thought I should start a thread because I don’t want people to sleep on it, stunning album.


#2

This is right up my street. Great recommendation, and why I love this forum!


#3

She’s on tour in the UK next month as well.


#4

Everyone should listen to her. Amazing woman, amazing songwriter.


#5

I will be, in the intimate surroundings of Servants Jazz Quarters.


#6

Just realised I have this lovely photo of Brigid hanging on my wall.


#7

I was listening to the album on my way home this morning after a shit night shift at work. Lovely morning soothing music. I got my ticket too for SJQ. I do like that venue.


#8

See you there then.
Agree on the venue - I saw Songhoy Blues there just before they got really big and it was great fun. The singer is a quality frontman.


#9

Car Seat Headrest was a band that suddenly became massive who I saw there. I work nearby and so I like gigs at The SJQ and The Shacklewell.

It’s great album. Almost looking forward to cleaning my flat tomorrow whilst I listen the album.


#10

had been meaning to check her out. this is a very good album indeed.


#11

‘Let Me Go Now’ is such a beautiful closing song. Going to be an AOTY for me.


#12

Her first album also put out by Tompkins Square kinda floated by me without much note for some reason, but this new record is absolutely beautiful. I have this sucker on repeat this last month.


#13

Echo the other views in this thread, really atmospheric, thanks @Kallgeese for starting the thread. Along with Loma, this is making a good start to the year.


#14

Not me! Thanks to @Yesiamaduck!

(My housemate is now her tour manager, which is very exciting.)


#15

Sorry @Yesiamaduck! (And thanks!)


#16

Well colour me interested! Too many trustworthy folks talking sugar here for me to ignore.


#17

Brigid Sea Power


#18

woah they even both have a song called Down on the Ground


#19

This is just such a good album for this time of year, the sparse piano accompaniment on “Is my presence…” couldn’t be better suited to sitting in a cold office surrounded by snow. Just wonderful.