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"From the first time I heard Jeremy's wonderful string compositions, I wanted to sing to them. I felt that he was doing something really beautiful and unique, and it took me a while to get up the courage to ask him to collaborate with me," says Stacy. "Among many things, Jeremy and I had this in common: my husband Darren was our favorite drummer. Thankfully, he was readily available."
Sucré will be releasing their debut album on April 10, but Spinner is thrilled to bring you the exclusive premiere of 'When We Were Young,' one of our favorite tracks off the record. The way Stacy's crystalline vocals float through the lush arrangements is almost dreamlike. This is pop music of the highest order.
"The album was made over the course of two years," Stacy says. "This record is very close to my heart, and I really tried to push myself musically and vocally. It's amazing how much you learn about yourself by making a record. It's certainly the most vulnerable I've ever felt making an album."
The album was produced, mixed and mastered by Larson, who is a classically-trained musician. Larson logged countless hours in the studio to provide all of the string arrangements, using layers upon layers of harp, cello, guitar, bass, mandolin and more. Sucré's album, which is comprised of 11 songs, will be available to everyone Tuesday, April 10.
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