18 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The folk prodigy comes of age. Released when she was 17, Billie Marten’s debut album isn’t an astonishing achievement for a teen—it’s simply an astonishing achievement. Her songs are gossamer light acoustic fairytales and they’re gorgeous. Opener “La Lune” is mesmeric, “Lionhearted” shows there’s steel behind the beautiful melodies, while the quietly epic “Hello Sunshine” charts a stormy and intoxicating orchestral course.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The folk prodigy comes of age. Released when she was 17, Billie Marten’s debut album isn’t an astonishing achievement for a teen—it’s simply an astonishing achievement. Her songs are gossamer light acoustic fairytales and they’re gorgeous. Opener “La Lune” is mesmeric, “Lionhearted” shows there’s steel behind the beautiful melodies, while the quietly epic “Hello Sunshine” charts a stormy and intoxicating orchestral course.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Michelle 1998 ,

Nostalgic in a Strange and Comforting Way

The first Billie Marten song I heard was Milk and Honey and I was so enchanted by her voice and music composition!! This album lives up to that same thought, and I was so excited to see an alternative version for the song—especially considering the sadness of the lyrics in general. The fact that she revisited it and created such a haunting piece shows versatility. I love it!

MMS Boggie ,

Simply Amazing

Sorry for the late review. I love this album. Every song is a masterpiece. I downloaded this album about year ago and I am yearning for more music from this amazing artist.

AnthonyPat ,

Gorgeous

Amazing

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