Gorgeous songwriter, Nadia Kamrath has created a soundscape that imbues warmth and innocence. James is a love song to one who has moved away; its teary, drawn thin, and leaves a palpable feeling in your heart.

The instrumentation is brilliant, a triumphant accompaniment to Nadia’s vocal softness. Honestly this track causes me to reminisce of those tv shows where the main character’s lover is leaving. Perhaps the scene is shows the lover driving away in a 70’s Olds Cutless looking back into the rearviewmirror to see his girl. She’s standing off to the side of a gravel road, hair blowing in the wind; the camera pans across the prairie. Something like that.

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