Lindsey Stirling’s “Brave Enough” is a Pleasant Mix of Gentle Strings and Piercing Electronic Rifts

A+, A, A-, B+, B = Great | B-, C+, C, C-, D+ = Average | D, D-, F+, F, F- = Bad

Made famous partly through the internet and from her video game covers, Lindsey Stirling is gone with covers and back for another album of original music. Featuring collaborations with Christina Perri, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, and others, Brave Enough is jammed with her best work.

LOST GIRLS

BRAVE ENOUGH

THE ARENA – EMS: B+

Oh, how the hours will fade as The Arena streams from my headphones. Soothing and an ear-worm for even the most resistant to music’s charm, this electro-infused string single is infectious.

THE PHOENIX

WHERE DO WE GO

THOSE DAYS

PRISM

HOLD MY HEART

MIRAGE

DON’T LET THIS FEELING FADE

FIRST LIGHT

LOVE’S JUST A FEELING

SOMETHING WILD – EMS: B

Beyond being cringy in some spots, Something Wild is another smart mash-up with Stirling’s strings that succeeds in capturing the spirit of adventure.

GAVI’S SONG

  • Anonymous

    She hasn’t been good since “Radioactive” with Penta

  • Bill Splivens

    Thank God she doesn’t have to worry about you being in her fan-base, right?