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Emily DeLoach

Emily DeLoach

Emily DeLoach


In the oversaturated world of indie music, Emily DeLoach’s voice and songs cut to the heart. Her debut CD I Have Stood Still and Stopped the Sound of Feet is a perfect example of her fresh and honest approach to music. The record itself begins with the pulsing "Just Can't Say You Love Me," an ode to the matured love that can only come after the retreat of youth. It's interesting to note that this track was penned by fellow Nashville folkie Jason Feller Read more on Last.fm
In the oversaturated world of indie music, Emily DeLoach’s voice and songs cut to the heart. Her debut CD I Have Stood Still and Stopped the Sound of Feet is a perfect example of her fresh and honest approach to music. The record itself begins with the pulsing "Just Can't Say You Love Me," an ode to the matured love that can only come after the retreat of youth. It's interesting to note that this track was penned by fellow Nashville folkie Jason Feller, who, in addition to being DeLoach's rhythm guitarist, also happens to be her husband! He wrote the song about her. The rest of the album features sparsely arranged tunes about the trepidation and uncertainty that typifies amorous pursuits. From the lopsided gallop of producer Neilson Hubbard's "How Do You Sleep?" to the shuddering carnival jangle of "Evidence" and "Set You Free," DeLoach delivers naked honesty and genuine charm in a voice both soulful and subtle.

And with all the songwriting talent weighing in (besides the Feller and Hubbard cuts, the album also features a tune penned by local alt-rock favorite Matthew Ryan), it's no small feat that DeLoach managed to contribute the strongest tracks on the record. When it's said and done, I Have Stood Still and Stopped the Sound of Feet is more than a rainy day singer/songwriter record about the fears and follies of love. It's an ethereal pilgrimage up one side of the heart and down the other, with plenty of breathing room and a genuine empathy for the human experience along the way. Ms. DeLoach is an enchantress in song, a cut-up on stage, and a romantic at heart.

We're glad she's got it dangling from her sleeve. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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