On Letters to Distant Cities, My Brightest Diamond's Shara Worden narrates 24 poetic snapshots by the Turkish-American poet Mustafa Ziyulan, bookended by her song "The Sea" and Clare and the Reasons' song "Invisible." The songs have a frozen, haiku-like quality, surrounded by strings like wisps of fog. Gorgeous and hauntingly unforgettable.
By Katy Henriksen on 09.17.14 in Features
How rebuilding her sound from the ground up resulted in Shara Worden's most rewarding and challenging record to date.
By Winston Cook-Wilson on 09.16.14 in Reviews
Versatile chamber-pop mainstay Shara Worden's fourth full-length album, This is My Hand, is her most economical and confident to date. It's a collection of clever and polished four-minute pop songs rife with immediate ea...
By Andrew Parks on 09.05.14 in News
Most music videos don’t require much more than a sentence-long summary, let alone an intro from Carson Daly, so here’s what we’re doing every Friday afternoon: saving you a slew of clicks by dropping the clips you may ha...
By Winston Cook-Wilson on 07.17.14 in Reviews
On None More Than You, the latest EP from My Brightest Diamond, Shara Worden's breathtaking, classically trained voice and inventive scoring remain the focus of her music, but they are bolstered by an uncharacteristic gr...