Sheena Grobb | Grow

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by Sheena Grobb

After two years in and out of the studio, her enchanting follow-up album Grow is set to be released this Spring. A labour of love, the album was co-produced by Sheena and 11-time Juno Award nominated producer Dan Donahue, who claims that from start to finish, this is one of the best albums he’s ever been part of. The music featured on the album is centered around several years of questioning and emotional exploration following an early divorce at 22 and a series of shifts and growth spurts that occurred thereafter. Sheena is quoted saying It's nice that people might enjoy hearing me sing. But I'd rather the focus be on the process of the listener. I'd like to be part of helping people in transformation... those looking to connect with a deeper part of themselves. If the music I create can help someone else feel just a little more human... just a little closer to who they really are, then the gift is returned to me. The featured track off the upcoming album is entitled Getting Wa
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1. Hazard Markings
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2. Getting Warmer
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3. Diggin In
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4. Comfort Zone
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5. Bartered
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6. Careless
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7. Cut Off
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8. Get Out Alive
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9. Whirlwind
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10. Shoelace and Velcro
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11. Bull Dog
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Album Notes
I was unsure about telling the full story behind this record. It was a very heavy process in many ways, inspired by an emotional awakening that began following an early divorce at 22 and a series of shifts and transformations that occurred thereafter. The songs seemed to write themselves. But without realizing it, the actual making of this album became a two year project filled with endless opportunities to grow through grief, questioning, and emotional exploration.

In all honesty, I think I had become unconsciously dependent on the success of this album. I was trying to replace a gaping hole in my heart, and even music wasn't going to do that job. I'm sure I was hell to work with for a while. I battled a constant struggle for satisfaction I could never get, and my ears would hear different things depending on the day. With the album in hand - finally ready to be heard - I can truly see how it has been the most incredible gift to my healing... and to my growth. I can listen to it now and hear its beauty.

Getting Warmer was written in the final months of our two year project. I wrote it when every part of my being was finally ready to let go of the attachments I had clung to - when I was no longer needing outside validation or approval for what I had gone through. I felt a freedom for the first time, and you can hear it in that song if you listen.

Get Out Alive was the song I chose to record first. I wanted it to set the tone for the rest of the album. Essentially, it's a song about waking up and becoming conscious. No longer living under the layers of pain and emotional impressions that burden us. It's about shedding all the expectations we put on ourselves that diminish our vitality. It's definitely a spiritual expression of some sort.



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