Happy Friday. I hope you enjoy this new music video from 29-year-old Nashville artist Nora Jane Struthers. The video features her and her band mates biking the streets of East Nashville.
The first time Struthers sings the song’s most important line — “I can go anywhere” — the phrase rises up out of her throat, free, wide open. The second time, a phrase later, she clamps down on it with some grit. “‘Bike Ride’ is a song about a re-awakening,” the 29-year-old Nashville resident said in a recent email. “When you propel yourself forward through time and space on your own steam, you realize your own agency.”
Read more about this song and video at NPR. You can buy the MP3 here or download the full album here.
Via Carl, who owes me a review for a bike light!
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