Album: Unrepentant Geraldines (2014)


  • Asked by if she thinks that her music can be intimidating to certain men, Amos replied that on Unrepentant Geraldines the "guys come out pretty well."

    She added: "There are songs - 'Invisible Boy,' 'Selkie,' 'Weatherman' - where the guys are the romantics. In 'Weatherman,' he loves his bride so much, and she dies. He can't move on. That's how true and deep his love is. Nature itself not just pities him, but decides to bring his wife back to life by painting her through the seasons."


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