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CONCERT REVIEW: Sara Bareilles, Modern-Day Troubadour, Dazzles in Los Angeles THR: You have breakup songs on this album, like “Manhattan,” “Little Black Dress,” and “1000 Times,” and then you have inspirational songs like “Brave,” “Satellite Call,” and the bonus track “Beautiful Girl.” There seems to be a side of you where you want to directly exhort your audience.How do you balance that impulse with the songs that are sheer autobiography?So collaborating with him on this song, that was the intention behind how the song was conceived.However, like you said, it can speak to a range of meanings and definitions for the listener.There was maybe a little bit of irony in you doing that right before releasing the album that sounds like your most “produced” record. Then with the studio time, I had so much fun taking the restrictions off.
Bareilles: Honestly, this sort of eclectic, wide range of variation in production style has always been my favorite kind of album. I went through a big breakup, and separating from my band of 10 years.But the rebelliousness that bubbled up in “Love Song” didn’t mean that Bareilles brushed off having the hit when she got one, or that she isn’t striving to be radio-friendly in her own fashion Her just-released new album, , is the first of her long-players to break with her signature piano-based sound in a big way, instead favoring up-to-the-moment beats and stylings, even if the underlying sentiments are no less singer-songwriterly than ever.“I’ve always been very autobiographical in the way that I write, but that can be dressed up a million different ways,” she tells .I definitely can relate to and feel connected to the idea of a breakup song, but I also feel connected to empowerment, advocacy and wanting to encourage the human spirit and stay optimistic.That's the range of emotions that I experience, and where I find catharsis is to place them somewhere, and that usually means in a song.
I think that’s why there’s a wide range of messaging that’s happening.