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Come Back River

by Wren



The first single from Wren's forthcoming album "Pink Stone: Songs from Moose Lodge," inspired by four seasons in Washington’s Methow Valley, the traditional territory of the mətxʷú people.

Watch the LYRIC VIDEO with scenes of the valley here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbYC3AyNb7g



Come back river to the place you ran
The sun’s going down and the time is at hand
Come back river to the place you flowed
And hold me close in your icy robes

Come back now
Make your way
Oh the path’ll be different than it was

Come back river to the place you left
I lay on a stone all alone and wept
Come back river with my tears that fall
I gave you all away ‘til there was nothing left at all

Come back river my bed’s gone dry
Rub me ‘til I shimmer I reflect the sky
Come back river be the flesh of my bones
And glisten in my soul ‘til I can sing my own way home


released July 31, 2020

Wren — Vocals & guitar
Gary Stroutsos — American Indian cedar flute
Ben Lumsdaine — Cajon
David Weber — Vocal harmonies

Produced by David Weber
Recorded, mixed, & mastered by David Weber at Airtime Recording Studios in Bloomington, Indiana

Cover art by Anna Briggs (IG @annasbreath)
Graphic design by Karla Holman

© 2020 Wren/Laura Adrienne Brady (BMI)
Song by Wren (Laura Adrienne Brady)
Swimming Rabbit Records

The Pink Stone Project is funded, in part, by a grant from 4Culture.

All my thanks to the 118+ Kickstarter backers who made this possible!


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Wren Seattle, Washington

Wren’s Celtic-inspired folk music evokes the lands and waters of the many places she has called home. Celebrated for her pure and original vocals and the rich imagery of her song-writing, Wren's music speaks to dreams, the cycles of nature, and the dance of solitude and intimacy. Her third album, due out February 20, 2021, is a musical exploration of four seasons in Washington's Methow Valley. ... more

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