All through Kirsten Adamson’s newest video, a repeated query flashes on the display: “Does Kirsten have too many emotions?” This intriguing query is a part of the Eighties-style sport present that Adamson travels again in time to take part in for the video created by Ruth Barrie of Waltzer Movies. Adamson says that ‘Take Me As I Am’ is about, “Overthinking,” and the lyrics discover the necessity for acceptance and safety in a relationship: “I’ll cease pretending // In case you say out loud // That you simply’ll take me as I’m // Take me as I’m with all of those emotions.”
‘Take Me As I Am’ is stuffed with dreamy guitars and layered, cosmic sounds that transport us into the ether, particularly when Jon Mackenzie’s lead guitar takes off. The Scottish singer-songwriter’s vocal melody and supply are as fascinating as ever.
Earlier this 12 months, Adamson launched the critically-acclaimed ‘Touchdown Place’, a superbly tuneful album that featured a set of deeply private songs. See our 8/10 overview right here and take a hear earlier than testing Adamson on tour this autumn – you’ll find dates right here. Adamson is a gifted songwriter with a stunning voice – get pleasure from.
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