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- Posted on Jul 12th 2012 11:01AM by Spinner
"'Picture Me' is the very first song Andrew Brassell and I wrote together, but our original version had a country/folk feel to it, in the spirit of a June Carter/Johnny Cash duet," Hoffs tells Spinner. "Mitchell Froom's production, along with his Burt Bacharach-inspired arrangement, really brought out the melody and helped fuel the emotion of the song.
"'Picture Me' is about the burning desire to know where you stand with your significant other and, more importantly, whether the love you feel for them is truly reciprocated. The mood and emotional tide of the song shift from playful and flirtatious to anxious and insecure. Still, there is a shimmer of hopefulness throughout and, in the end, the yearning for true love is the theme that endures."
Stream and download the Bangles' singer's new song and pick up Susanna Hoffs' Someday on July 17.