The Real Insomniacs

The Real Insomniacs

BandAmericanaAcoustic

A lifelong and natural poet, Cozza's guitar work is unassuming - her vocal stylings are distinguished by simplicity and accessibility. The effect is an 'unobstructed view' of the dynamic at play, between strength and vulnerability that rumble for territory in the bared-wide soul of the songwriter.

Biography

The music of Christine is an examination, in stark contrast, of the light and dark sides of human emotion. A Siren's call to our inner demons, Cozza's songs vary in perspective from morose introspection to playful antagonism, but frequently recall a challenge to sit very closely with, even embrace, our most disturbing selves. A lifelong and natural poet, Cozza's guitar work is unassuming - her vocal stylings are distinguished by simplicity and accessibility. The effect is an unobstructed view of the dynamic at play, between strength and vulnerability that rumble for territory in the bared-wide soul of the songwriter.

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Christine Cozza has been compared to a lot of people from Woody Guthrie to Lou Reed, Susan Vega to Lucinda Williams because frankly comparisons are easy when we have no neat boxes to fit people or things into. Her voice is simple, emotional and unique which bides well with her honest and cathartic songwriting. Often dark and uncomfortable her songs are an invitation to save ourselves. She asks us to invite in our demons and befriend them with out asking us to be impressed with her but I am impressed with her. Her songs are like the police man who comes to coax the scared child out of the closet saying it is safe now, things will be better, never perfect but it�s over now. Look beyond the quirkiness and the awkwardness and find this dark beautiful place inside of her head. I think she really can save the ones who want saving. �RGRecords

Set List

99% Originals