Terry de Castro takes a novel approach to her solo debut, one that is especially charming, likable, and well, curious. She's chosen to take a wonderfully unusual course and recorded an album comprised entirely of cover versions, but these are not necessarily well-known songs by famous artists.
Each song is a story unto itself, and all of the songs hang together in a vivid and illuminating way. Nationality comes into play here as well: A Casa Verde is replete with the intrinsically soothing and unmistakably American strains of steel guitar and banjo, among other instruments.
"A low key delight (8/10)" [NME]
"I like de Castro’s voice a lot" [Pennyblack Music]
"A glorious alt-pop gem… this is one of the most intimate and affecting records in years" [Rock 'n' Reel]
"A winningly intriguing collection… in a word: magical" [Rock-A-Rolla]!
2. East St. O'Neil
3. The Sun Is Always Sweetest
4. Sleep Drives
5. Like You Believe It
6. America In '54
8. The Great Avalanche
9. Perfect Movie
11. Starry Eyed
12. To Love You