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‘Letters to Brie’ by My Autumn Amor symbolises what it’s like to be in love

‘Letters to Brie’ symbolises what it’s like to be in love, lose that love, and express those raw feelings to the public. In verity, they aren’t meant to be polished, so in this case, they aren’t.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

 

My Autumn Amor's cover art for 'Letters to Brie'
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

‘Letters to Brie’ symbolises what it’s like to be in love, lose that love, and express those raw feelings to the public. In verity, they aren’t meant to be polished, so in this case, they aren’t.

I feel everyone is entitled to make love songs, whether they have the best delivery or not. With that said, Mission Viejo, California-native singer-songwriter, My Autumn Amor is one of those people, who exert the passion and good intent, but he doesn’t have the best vocal guidance or arrangement, in my opinion. At times, he sounds off-key, but it worked enough to be able to say something positive about him.

The opening track, ‘Gabrielle’, from his debut EP is someone who held dear in his life. By the looks of it, they aren’t together anymore. Being a woman, I am unsure how most men process heartbreak, but I have a feeling the way they cope with it is different. In the next track ‘Caught Me With Your Brightside’, he talks about being alone—but not lonely at the same time. ‘Sweetest’ is about her, someone who he considers the sweetest girl in the world. Finally, ‘Come Over’ has some explicit content, but it is probably the best display of his vocals.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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