Lavish in production, arranged and executed with excellence, LAURA BRADLEY’s Storm is a progressive journey into orchestrated pop and textured classic rock sounds. Born in Toronto, Canada, LAURA BRADLEY resides comfortably in both Miami and Los Angeles when not on tour. Her music dives into the oceans of love, bliss, loss and hopeful romantic redemption.
Lyrically, this is poetry with great depth in content, sharing wisdoms and vulnerabilities of womanhood and relationships. LAURA BRADLEY’s voice mesmerizes and soothes with each song moving you closer to the understanding of true, real love. On the emotionally driven track, “Skin”, LAURA BRADLEY’s muse cries out “And I would trade it all * For one more night of bliss * I’m begging God again * And shaking both my fists * And I’m still drowning in your skin * And tasting from your lips * I’m not sure that I know how * To handle this”… or the bare naked soul shaking “Reason” – where we hear “For every reason * I give you * To give up on me * You give me one more reason to believe * For every reason * I give you * To give up on me * Ohh Ohh you give me reason” and the music pushes you forward, inward, outward and through various layers of sounds.
Listening to Laura sing is like sitting near a warm fire on a Sunday evening after a beautiful weekend with your favorite friend or lover, watching the crackling flames, being at peace, knowing you’re in a safe place and able to ride through any Storm… If you enjoy full on production, solid rhythm tracks and a voice of sultry, bluesy, yet other-worldly haunting emotions, Laura Bradley’s Storm needs to be in your collection. Toni K. http://www.songsalive.org/losangeles