Learning to Let Go
Bombadil spent most of 2012 touring and recording the songs that became their latest effort, Metrics of Affection. The album is their most melodic and adventurous outing yet, a cornucopia of styles marked by mischievously surrealistic lyrics and their familiar lush harmonies. Their inventive arrangements add funk, country, boogie woogie, rap, early rock and hints classic pop songwriting, circa 1940, to their already eclectic sound.
This acoustic performance of “Learning to Let Go” and the accompanying discussion of the songwriting process are Nashville Review exclusives.
Big thanks to Monkeywhale Productions.
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