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He recorded her with a live band as much as possible, letting her do what she does best.“The funk aspects, the blues and the rock aspects are really where my influences lie,” she says.“When I pick up a guitar, that’s what makes my heart smile.But I’ve also gotten to a point in my life – professionally and personally – where I’m just more open, and I’m not afraid to talk about it in songwriting.” The Project’s first single, “Waiting on You,” is the perfect combination of those traits, basking in slippery guitar grooves and real-life romantic optimism.“With Worth the Wait I had something to say, writing real songs with real lyrics. I still have really important lyrics, but The Project has groove and lots of guitar solos – I let my musical brain free.” Crediting Bush with making her ask what kind of artist she really wanted to be, Ell says “You can tell when it clicks into gear.” Bush gave her a deceptively simple task before getting to work on The Project – recording her own version of her all-time favorite record, note for note and completely alone.
I’m just a different artist, and I’ve never felt about music the way I do now.” Grooving, diverse, and emotionally charged, it’s easy to hear what Ell means.
The Project reveals every aspect of her abundant talent – from her fiery guitar prowess to her crisp, inviting vocals ... It’s funky, bluesy, and full of pop-country sweetness, but also delicate and – at times – brutally honest, as Ell’s heart is placed front and center on each track.
She embraces the anything-goes fun of country’s future but also holds fast to its traditions, focusing on real instruments and co-writing nine of The Project’s songs to create something both unique and self-assured.
It’s about knowing you’re meant for something more special than that.” With her long-awaited album debut, Lindsay Ell has discovered what she was meant for, and who she really is.
Her next “project” will be to pass that message on.