“‘There Used To Be Horses Here,’ But Now There’s Grief”

I’d originally thought about speaking with Amy Speace directly about her new album; that felt like the right way to get into this very intimate, very painful album about connecting the dots between parenthood and saying “goodbye” to one’s own parents. That never came to fruition, which is fine, because reviewing the record itself came in a close second. Having spent time with it for the last couple months, I kinda feel like I have that intimate understanding even without having spoken to Speace herself.

You can read my full review over at Paste Magazine.

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