What the press is saying about Remember The Sun...
...a sophisticated Southern-flavored country-rock album that Lucinda Williams might be proud to call her own
"The lady can rock a cowgirl hat and a guitar with the best of them, and is known to play the piano as well, along with a voice that makes you want to listen to every word she croons."
"Brown writes richly drawn, gripping story-songs filled with uninhibited emotions and clearly has a bright future."
"...moody, ethereal...I will listen to this album over and over again."
The album invites multiple spins to savor the lyrical and musical intricacies of a young artist with vision, intensity, and the talent to combine them into compelling music.
"...an enchanting album, its many moods reflected by its musical diversity, all wrapped in luminescent atmospheres and shimmering production."
hypnotic new album
Remember the Sun ranks not only as her career best, but as one of the finest the loosely defined alt-country genre has produced this year.
The disc succeeds on every level. The songwriting is tight, the singing topnotch, the instrumentation solid, and the production crisp.
a masterful, satisfying circus of sounds
Extremely adept at sketching vivid, impressionistic psychological landscapes
this is really impressive.
Like the best artists in her genre, Brown's expressive voice and lyrics rip through her soul and into yours, exposing the raw emotions underneath.
"Remember the Sun could have been recorded any time in the last 30 years and still stand out...(its) gentle swing mixing with swagger as perfectly as beer and chasers."
"Self-styled poetess, folk goddess and country waif, Pieta's music resonates with a seductive simplicity and lyrical grace."