“Next up is the hugely intense “To Be Your Honey,” another from Bones + Longing. Tali Trow switches to an upright bass. It’s so quiet that you could hear a pin drop. The entire room is focused on the repeating acoustic riff, hanging on the moment. The song ends on the harmony sustain, blissfully held by the blended tone of Gemma and Ruth’s vocal. For a few minutes, we were entranced – the spell only broken by rapturous applause.”

A great review of Gemma’s Union Chapel show from National Country Review.

 

 

 

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