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Over lightly plucked guitars that twinkle like stars in the night sky, Bridges and Sam Phillips spin a stirring tale of love and regret.
At times, the sonics recall U2’s late-‘80s Joshua Tree/Rattle & Hum period. The guitar treatments that Burnett bathes this song in – and a good portion of the album, actually – sound like some of the figures The Edge played on tracks such as All I Want Is You.
Still, it’s an atmosphere that never seems forced, and the graceful way that Bridges and Phillips tuck their words around each chord and arpeggio enlarges the song’s meaning.