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Brave Enough is the third studio album by American electronic musician Lindsey Stirling, released independently on the imprint Lindseystomp Records on August 19, 2016. The album features Christina Perri, Dan + Shay, Lecrae, and several other vocalists. The album is composed of six instrumental tracks and eight tracks with featured vocalists. On June 28, 2016, "The Arena", the first single from the album was released.

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Lindsey Stirling ‎– Brave Enough. Label: Lindseystomp Music, LLC ‎– none. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. Mixed By – Mark NeedhamMixed By, Engineer – Ben O'NeilProducer – Nico StadiProducer, Engineer, Programmed By – Robert DeLongWritten-By – Lindsey Stirling, Robert DeLong.

Now, Brave Enough includes an extended amount of guest vocalists where eight of the fourteen tracks off of the album include guest vocalists such as Christina Perri, Dan + Shay, Lecrae, and Andrew McMahon. This is while the six other songs are Striling’s classic instrumental style. Lindsey Stirling has attained an incredible amount of experiences over this past year, and that has been shown in Brave Enough. She has explored different boundaries and added eight collaboration tracks to the fabric of this record length. Perhaps her experience has led to the change where there were fewer instrumentals and more collaborations.

But Brave Enough has more pop hooks, fewer bass wobbles, and guests like Rivers Cuomo, Lecrae, and Christina Perri. It’s her most polished LP yet, but longtime fans can rest easy. She hasn’t lost an ounce of her quirky charm. Brave Enough Lindsey Stirling. The EDM-violin sensation aims for pop stardom on her third album. Lindsey Stirling has always been an anomaly; she found fame on YouTube and deals in a niche blend of classical-dubstep meets Celtic rock. But Brave Enough has more pop hooks, fewer bass wobbles, and guests like Rivers Cuomo, Lecrae, and Christina Perri.

Featuring Christina Perri. Produced by Keith Varon. There's some things I should have said I was too afraid It was just so hard to let you know Now it's all too late. What we had was beautiful I didn't want to wreck it all Every day I think about the truth. Track 2 off the Brave Enough album. Many speculated that this song was about Lindsey and her love for Gavi. But it is mainly a song about the courage one does have to love someone, and mainly to show ones love. Lindsey explains it in the video below. com/watch?v j29ADewSnRM. What have the artists said about the song? Lindsey stated in the album booklet: Vulnerability is not a sign of weakness, it is a manifestation of strength.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lost Girls AFSHeeN / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 4:35
2 Brave Enough Lindsey Stirling / Keith Varon Lindsey Stirling 4:22
3 The Arena Taylor Bird / Peter Hanna / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 3:52
4 The Phoenix AFSHeeN / Antonina Armato / Josh Cumbee / Tim James / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 4:04
5 Where Do We Go Antonina Armato / Carah Faye / Tim James / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 4:15
6 Those Days Taylor Bird / Peter Hanna / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 3:46
7 Prism Robert DeLong / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 3:32
8 Hold My Heart Evan "Kidd" Bogart / Andrew Goldstein / Lindsey Stirling / ZZ Ward Lindsey Stirling 3:29
9 Mirage Raja Kumari / Marty Rod / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 4:22
10 Don’t Let This Feeling Fade Taylor Bird / Rivers Cuomo / Peter Hanna / Lecrae Moore / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 3:36
11 First Light Lindsey Stirling / James Wong Lindsey Stirling 3:23
12 Love's Just a Feeling Toby Gad / Nico Hartikainen / Becky Hill / Autumn Rowe / Lindsey Stirling / Anton Zaslavski Lindsey Stirling 3:49
13 Something Wild Taylor Bird / Peter Hanna / Andrew McMahon / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 3:44
14 Gavi's Song Stephen Anderson / Jason Gaviati / Drew Lawrence / Lindsey Stirling Lindsey Stirling 4:32

Lindsey Stirling - Brave Enough album download

Performer: Lindsey Stirling

Title: Brave Enough

Duration: 55:21

Style: Classical Crossover,Club/Dance

Genre: Rock/Pop

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Not a low-note of an album but not the breakout I expected, Brave Enough has Lindsey Stirling making a lot of adjustments that her previous worked began to beg for more and more. Instead of relying heavily on interesting melodies and violin runs over EDM/dubstep beats, Stirling is enlisting the talents of numerous singers/artists to inject more meaning and life into her music. The results can be outstanding, as is the case with "Something Wild" and the super-catchy "Love's Just A Feeling". Sometimes the results are less memorable, as is the case with the lovely (but sadly) late Christina Grimmie and Dan & Shay. The collaborations aren't crazy or a letdown, they just don't hook as heavily as others. When Lindsey is doing her instrumental thing, things feel somewhat at home. "The Arena" is so invigorating along with "The Phoenix, and "First Light" carries such a warm groove that makes it irresistible.It's never a question of how talented Lindsey Stirling and her contributors are - the product has always been good, if not great. Still, it feels like an entire album is hard to conquer. Lindsey's first album had so much intrigue and staying power despite there being next to no lyrics. As she's reached for assistance in the singing department, results have been a little mixed (but never totally flat). I feel like Brave Enough is a puzzle piece or two from being a classic. There's plenty to love, equally as much to just feel okay with. If I were pinned into one reason why I'm not absolutely in love with Brave Enough, it would be hooks. Lindsey has such a great feel for what works with high energy and what requires a delicate touch, but building in meaningful hooks sometimes escapes select tracks. If they don't dig deep, it's easy to feel uninterested when half of the songs don't carry a single spoken word. The good news is that quality is never in question - Brave Enough is good enough to please news and old fans alike.
Yozshujinn
Not a low-note of an album but not the breakout I expected, Brave Enough has Lindsey Stirling making a lot of adjustments that her previous worked began to beg for more and more. Instead of relying heavily on interesting melodies and violin runs over EDM/dubstep beats, Stirling is enlisting the talents of numerous singers/artists to inject more meaning and life into her music. The results can be outstanding, as is the case with "Something Wild" and the super-catchy "Love's Just A Feeling". Sometimes the results are less memorable, as is the case with the lovely (but sadly) late Christina Grimmie and Dan & Shay. The collaborations aren't crazy or a letdown, they just don't hook as heavily as others. When Lindsey is doing her instrumental thing, things feel somewhat at home. "The Arena" is so invigorating along with "The Phoenix, and "First Light" carries such a warm groove that makes it irresistible.It's never a question of how talented Lindsey Stirling and her contributors are - the product has always been good, if not great. Still, it feels like an entire album is hard to conquer. Lindsey's first album had so much intrigue and staying power despite there being next to no lyrics. As she's reached for assistance in the singing department, results have been a little mixed (but never totally flat). I feel like Brave Enough is a puzzle piece or two from being a classic. There's plenty to love, equally as much to just feel okay with. If I were pinned into one reason why I'm not absolutely in love with Brave Enough, it would be hooks. Lindsey has such a great feel for what works with high energy and what requires a delicate touch, but building in meaningful hooks sometimes escapes select tracks. If they don't dig deep, it's easy to feel uninterested when half of the songs don't carry a single spoken word. The good news is that quality is never in question - Brave Enough is good enough to please news and old fans alike.