Woman’s Hour are one of the more exciting discoveries from 2014 for me. I’ve talked about this before, but I’m still jamming to Twin Sister’s LP In Heaven¹ in 2014. It’s been out since 2011…I only had one kid, then. That’s a long time ago.² When I picked up on Woman’s Hour and dug in, however, I got that same kind of wonderful vibe from the London foursome.
We’re obviously comparing apples to oranges in a way, here, but Woman’s Hour’s title track “Conversations” has tickled my ears since April Fool’s and shows no signs of stopping it’s invasion. Trying to pin it down, I picture Fiona Burgess³ standing and staring out the solitary window of a lighthouse overlooking a turbulent sea; calm and unflinching, calling in our wayward spirits to port before the storm. “Conversations” is draped in beautiful energy; I’m sure the LP will be no different.
You can pre-order Conversations on that iTunes thing.
² I keep tellin’ myself to “Stop” listening to this album over and over…but I can’t.
³ I have no idea what she looks like. I can still see it, though. Weird, right?