“…consistent in quality, and full of insinuating hooks, slyly sleepy singing and lean, jangly backing. "Rhythm of the Rain," the title cut of the album she released in January, looks at the current political frenzy from a seasoned, bohemian remove.
“…the songwriter’s attempt to find a moment of zen in an increasingly maddening world. Driving home the song’s central image is the steady pitter-patter of a drum loop, which wouldn’t be out of place on an early Sheryl Crow record.”
The veteran Nashville songwriter’s breakout 2018 “Rhythm of the Rain” turned heads with critical acclaim ranging from Rolling Stone and NPR to the BBC. Coming this fall - White’s long-anticipated 10th studio record, the stunning and exquisite “Love I Swore,” produced by the legendary Kim Richey and engineered by Grammy-nominated Roger Alan Nichols, and backed by an all-star cast of Nashville players. It all adds up to White’s most remarkable studio record to date.