Shoring’s music draws heavily from Folk and Americana influences, but also from 60’s pop and 70’s rock. A rhythm section steeped more in the virtues of Cheap Trick than James Taylor gives the songs a drive and an edge not found in modern Folk. And the dreamy keys coupled with exquisite guitar work add a nice sheen to an album whose subject matter isn’t afraid to plumb the depths of love, heartbreak, loss, and rebirth. Too driving and dynamic to be Folk, too thoughtful to be Pop.


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I Wonder

Holding Me Down

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