“Nothing compares to the way that I feel when you’re beside me…most people spend a lifetime trying to find a love like mine,” sing our favorite swamp folk sirens The Krickets in the chorus of their new song, “Love Like Mine.” The track is featured on the Gulf Coast-based quartet’s new album, Redbird, set for release on October 26th. “This song was inspired by complete happiness I feel while in my most favorite place,” says band member Emily Stuckey Sellers. “I believe all of us have felt this way or desire to, whether it be with someone or something special, a place, or a passion.”
The band partnered with Grammy-nominated producer Sam Ashworth to bring the record’s11 tracks to life. “Love Like Mine” enchants from the first note; swelling harmonies drift on soothing rhythms, like a delicate leaf in caught in an end-of-summer breeze. The song creates an atmosphere of warmth and comfort, but also of understated, but fully present, passion and desire. Swoon.
Without further ado, Mother Church Pew proudly presents “Love Like Mine” by The Krickets:
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