Bring Me Home, the new album by The Ericksons, is the best and brightest yet, an evocation of the love of family.
These songs express what the two sisters embody: joy, survival, heart and ethereal beauty. Ranging from the first single, electro-pop anthem “My Love” to the dark interiors of the Carey-Kapernick duet “Borderline,” no emotional stone is left unturned on Bring Me Home. From the naked proclamation of the title track, “I am sorry for all that I’ve done, I am humbled by the sun” to the poetic prowess of “Go On,” Bring Me Home is clear proof of the vulnerability, courage and artistry of these two women, and the journey we all share as we seek brighter, better days.
Recommended tracks: #1, 2, 3, 4, 7
RIYL: Haim, Bon Iver, Iron + Wine, Lord Huron