Genre bending songs short enough for the American attention span
RUMOR HAS IT...
"It's safe to say that "Âme Douce" is a song that you can easily find yourself getting lost in---if it's not Summer's enticing vocal play, then it's the sedative properties of the production. All in all, listeners will most likely be intrigued by the genre-bending component of "Âme Douce," and the quality of expression that Summer is able to deliver gracefully will stick with you."
"Kimya Dawson meets Regina Spektor with a 60's flair."
"A Feist brightness and coziness crossed with the deep wandering stream-of-consciousness style of lyricism by Leonard Cohen."
"So many years of coordination, hard work, and soul went into the album. Summer impresses by bringing her vision to life with complexity in each song. Her voice and the instruments entangle into a unique piece of art fueled by emotion. It really makes you feel."
"The delightful Summer Winter brings soft yet powerful vocals with an angelic tonality that transcends the experience of hearing someone’s raw internal dialogue. She sticks to her truth while navigating through the murky waters of first love, self-reflection, and childhood. While she may not have all the answers, it is clear that through music she can begin to unravel the complexity that is the human experience."
“Party of One is the mood you didn’t know you had.”