TRACK REVIEW: Imogen Bose-Ward – Red Bricks | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Imagine you’re on a long car journey; staring intently out the window and thinking about nothing in particular, but at the same time everything all at once, accompanied by the soothing melodies of a delicate ballad. This feeling of introspective reflection is perfectly epitomised within singer-songwriter Imogen Bose-Ward’s newest single, Red Bricks. The expressive, yet somewhat naturalistic instrumental allows for the intricate lyrics to take centre stage, exploring relatable feelings of longing and indecision.

Originally from South Lanarkshire in Scotland, Imogen stayed in Newcastle after completing a degree in folk music specialising in the fiddle. With various musical influences from popular to instrumental folk, Red Bricks beautifully captures those expansive strands, and Imogen’s graceful voice blends exquisitely with the soft sounds of the guitar.

 

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