So glad to have her voice on my music again! LOVE
I fell in love with her in 2009 but I hadn’t heard anything new in awhile so I searched her out and came across this album! I am absolutely glad in LOVE! Jealous is such a great song as is Hey Kid! Thank you Ingrid for doing it again!
By malaya corallo
Really good song! I like it a lot!
I never knew this was such a good song until I herd it on the radio. Love the song! Thx!
This is so full of great tunes I can’t pick a favorite. Ingrid has been one of my favorite female artists for quite a while. Her talent knows no bounds.
YASSSS! Ingrid is an AMAZINGLY song writer!
By Megs 24
I love every song on this album and not just because I love Stranger Things and each song matches perfectly. It is because these songs can stand alone without the show. They are heartfelt and beautiful songs. At first I thought “Pretty” was going to be my favorite but after devouring this album and listening to it on repeat I can’t choose a favorite.
I too miss the Ingrid folk sound
Hurts me to write this as I've seen Ingrid live at least three times but these tracks are void of the genuine folk style and acoustic simplicity of her early work. It's that original stuff that I thought differentiates Ingrid's music from the ubiquitous pop music. I miss that authentic and genuine material that's not over engineered.
Been a huge Ingrid fan for years. As a STRANGER THINGS fan myself, this collection of inspired songs is perfect. She has perfectly captured the heart of these charcaters. Well done! Personal favs for me - Hey Kid, Mother, Pretty, Missing and Hate You. Highly recommend this cd. Cannot wait to see you again in Atlanta this fall! :)
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I miss the old Ingrid. Take me back to real vocals and not the electronic riffs.
Your remake of can’t help falling in love was my weddings first dance. I walked down the aisle to live it with love. The final song was you and I. Our entire pregnancy we played all love over my belly.
Why the change???
Change isn’t always a good thing
I have loved Ingrid since her “Slow the Rain” days, but every album after “Human Again” has been lacking that special Ingrid magic. Even though Ingrid had been my favorite artist for years, I actually find myself turning the channel when these new songs come on the radio. The emotional connection just isn’t there anymore, and the over-production makes me cringe. Ingrid has a great voice, so why cover it up with so much unnecessary noise? I’m happy that she has found success in her musical evolution, but I’m sad to let her go. Ingrid, if you come around again, then I will take the chain from off the door.