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Whether it is the unique timbre of their voice that speaks to you, or their concise...

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Music has transformative powers and some artists have the capacity to make you believe in telepathy. Whether it is the unique timbre of their voice that speaks to you, or their concise, yet, specific lyrical style, songwriters possess the intimate ability to relate to us by way of one-sided conversation. Toronto-based, balladeer Charlotte Cornfield is a seasoned conversationalist, and her lyrics paint expressive portraits. In April 2019, Cornfield released her third studio album entitled the ‘The Shape of Your Name.’ This record explores everything from the month of June, to Jack Nicholson, to the surprising anguish that can be caused by the sighting of a Silver Civic. Concise, clear and clever are the three driving principles of Cornfield’s writing. Her charm stems from her honesty, or rather, her ability to weave stories in a way that is not only believable, but realistic.
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