Henri Bardot’s “Make You Love Me” is this Oregonian’s first offering, and it quite simply one of the most calm, thoughtful, and assured releases I have encountered in the last while.
Just take a look at the art work for this one, it depicts a landscape where (from what I interpret) the sun is just setting behind some twilight mist, creating a dimming, serene image. It’s that last few minutes of light before everything disappears and your surroundings seem so still. That moment depicts the soundscape of “Make You Love Me” so perfectly, I think I could leave it at that comparison. A picture is worth a thousand words, yeah? Enjoy!