BRITTANY COLLINS, late bloomer and an old soul
by Walter Price
The captivating LP, ‘Things I Tell My Therapist’, from Seattle-based bluesy-Americana rocker Brittany Collins will take ya to deep internal places. Growth is a complicated journey. Peppered with self-doubt, managing connectivity, and the wonderment of starting anew. In a nutshell, that’s what this masterclass in authenticism navigates.
Lyrics throughout are made maximum emotional and palpable when Collins pushes her vocal ability to the far edges of her dexterity resulting in a deep-rooted bluesy delivery that’ll twist the soul of the hardest apathetic spirit. A few standout moments include the 70s-vibed “The Apple”, the powerfully vast and introspective “Somebody”, and the hauntingly cinematic story song “Belvedere Hotel”. But be a mensch and take the entire album for a listen tip-to-toe. It’s a beautiful ride.
Throughout this gem and in her own words…Brittany Collins is certainly an old soul. You can stream the confessional ‘Things I Tell My Therapist’ in full, here at the GTC.
BRITTANY COLLINS Things I Tell My Therapist
Artist photo by @zachmoffatt // Bio quote via brittanycollinsband.com
Written and produced by B. Collins and Dylan Welsh
Mastered by Jason Mariani at Carbonite Sound
“Soulful Americana artist Brittany Collins writes songs that are equal parts heartbreaking and hopeful. Her hauntingly powerful voice evokes imagery of the rugged mountainous landscape where she was raised and still lives in the Pacific Northwest. Her performance will hit you like a lightning bolt and leave you begging for more.” – bio