Beth Bombara | Upside Down

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Upside Down

by Beth Bombara

Toe tapping Roots Rock reminds listeners to embrace change.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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It's time to shake your hips, do a dip, turn it upside down.

Upside Down is the first single off of Beth Bombara's new record, Evergreen.

Beth's album Evergreen began thousands of feet above sea level. Looking to step back and clear her head after a long bout of touring, the rock & roll-influenced Americana artist nestled herself in the Rocky Mountains in a remote cabin. The cabin’s name? Evergreen. She spent time wandering through acres and acres of untouched forest around the cabin, up and down craggy rocks that felt nothing like her native Michigan nor her adopted home of St. Louis. Almost by accident, songs for her sixth album began to take root.

“I wasn’t writing a new record -- at least, I didn’t think I was at the time,” she admits. “But I’m starting to realize, that’s just what I do. I write songs. You know how trees exhale oxygen? They don’t think too hard about oxygen...it’s just a byproduct of their existence. Well, songs are a byproduct of my existence. I’ve already exhaled these songs, but maybe they’re a needed breath for someone else. And the idea that even one other person needs them is what fulfills me.”

Although based in Missouri, Bombara has spent much of her adulthood on the road, carving out her own award-winning mix of vintage folk and electric roots-rock. She’s been a solo artist, a bandleader, and an occasional side musician for other artists. With Evergreen, Bombara resumes her role as the leader of an amplified Americana band. These songs were largely written on the run -- in friend’s basements, during soundchecks, and on the road -- while Bombara and company toured the country in support of her 2017 release, Map and No Direction.

From Tom Petty’s heartland rock & roll to Aimee Mann’s quirky indie-folk, Beth Bombara’s new album Evergreen sources its inspiration from iconic sources. Even so, this is the unmistakably unique work of Beth, a singer/songwriter who, over a half-dozen albums, has nodded to past traditions while always pushing ahead into new territory.
Evergreen is her newest high-water mark: an album that matches her craft with the nuanced stomp of her strongest band to date.


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