Fran Lusty gently serenades us in Seasalt as she washes away any feelings of hurt with a gentle embrace of the wind within her voice. Seasalt is much like Fran’s other songs but it has a lot more intimate nature to it. Fran just has this ability to connect with you on a deeply personal level. Her voice seems to be the vessel that pierces every barrier between her and your soul.
She fills the song with so much texture while she just sings with a guitar at heart. She begins with the sound of the ocean and then She makes a definitive entrance much like a wave. You float and gawk in wonder with the gentle heartbreak she dips you in with Seasalt. She sings of the sea like a yearning for youth and/ or a lover. She speaks about how hair curls once it’s hugged by seasalt. I don’t know why there’s so much intimacy that’s packed into just that one chorus line. The production of the song is nothing short of cinematic, with the sounds that surround you.
A film that stays with me despite its inaccuracy in casting is Aloha. The film has a story that stirs one’s soul and Seasalt would be the perfect song for the film. This is not just because it’s set by the sea but also, the story is mundanely packed with seamless complexities. Much like Life and Fran’s song. If there’s one person to look out for it is Fran Lusty. Before you hit the share button, click on the links attached below and stay tuned to what Fran has to offer next.