“Invisible Closet” by Sara Gougeon is a Tender Anthem About Respecting Personal Boundaries

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Sara Gougeon, photo courtesy the artist

Sara Gougeon’s “Invisible Closet” calls for coworkers, friends and family to respect the space of those who are not ready to come out yet. The spare guitar and gently strummed guitar melody and Gougeon’s intimate vocal delivery could apply to any situation calling for grace, sensitivity and respect for the boundaries of other people. The hush cymbals and minimal percussion and strings bring out the delicacy of the composition beautifully. While not obviously influenced by “Silent All These Years” by Tori Amos and “If It Be Your Will” by Leonard Cohen it shares with those songs a tender and compassionate sensibility that is rare in popular music where often ego, swagger and brashness are the most valued qualities. Sometimes a gentle touch is much more powerful and benevolent sensitivity a more effective frame of mind in songwriting. Listen below and follow Sara Gougeon at the links provided.

saragougeon.com
open.spotify.com/artist/0A27xj3ZrrkvKraFFjmuEN
youtube.com/channel/UCvMWgxAGFZZWj6JJWrTUKNQ
facebook.com/saragougeonmusic
instagram.com/saragougeon

Author: simianthinker

Editor, primary content provider for this blog. Former contributor to Westword and The Onion.

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