“Love is getting your hands dirty.
Love is bleeding all over each other.
Love is sharing the same burden.
Love is not living, it’s dying together.”
Corey Kilgannon (singer-songwriter from Nashville): pardon my English, but holy shite, is this guy good. Incredible, actually. I just listened to his brand new EP, The Hollow, and it gave me chills. I’m having a difficult time thinking of the proper words to describe the music. I felt every lyric, every note. I love it. It’s beautifully depressing in a way (a good thing, I promise), and provokes feelings of love, and loss, and hope. It’s emotionally-driven, indie-folk gorgeousness. The song “Mama’s Tears” made me tear up & if I wasn’t in a room full of people, I would have full-on bawled listening to it. You can listen to The Hollow & download it for free on Noisetrade. And please do! (As a bonus, here is Corey’s cover of Johnny Cash’s “Give My Love To Rose.”)