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“Bluesy folk that’s perfect for a rainy night”
Doubters & Dreamers
Nashville, TN▼ Article continues below ▼
Hannah Miller’s brand of bluesy folk-pop on her latest EP sounds best on a mellow, rainy evening. Songs like “Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word” and “Telephone Wire” create an intimate, melancholy vibe, but the music is so dreamy and familiar that it’s hard to feel too sad. And then suddenly, the clouds shift and the sun makes a brief appearance during “Say You Feel The Same,” a rollicking, perky number that keeps the record from feeling like too much of a downer. Despite some of the dark lyrics, the tone of the record ultimately ends up feeling more peaceful than pessimistic.
The dreamy piano and acoustic guitar melodies are lovely and soothing, but it’s the Nashville singer’s soulful voice that is really on display here. Her powerful alto soars above, conveying depths of emotion and heart. While Doubters & Dreamers only consists of six tracks, each has enough of its own personality to make the collection of songs cohesive and purposeful. Miller’s powerful voice mixed with the old-fashioned sound makes for a captivating album from start to finish.
Produced, Mixed and Engineered by Neilson Hubbard at Mr. Lemons Studio, Nashville
Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master, Nashville