“She said fall in love with yourself at your deepest roots, water the trees that grow inside of you. Do the things that you set out to do.”
Gabrielle Zwi is an amazing artist local to the D.C. area and my personal friend. Her newest song, “Deepest Roots” captures the empowering, freeing rebirth through expanded solace recycled into resolution. “Deepest Roots” is a song which somehow pierces and gushes an individually colored warmth from each heart which encounters it.
The inspiration for the song comes from Gabrielle’s close friend, whom I once had the pleasure of meeting, that perished in a plane crash. She was a leader and inspiration for many, embodying and living in the message of “Deepest Roots” which Gabrielle is able to so beautifully carry though subtly parsed guitar, touching, sprawling vocals, and etching melody. In reminiscence, she sonically paints a vivid, lush carriage of outreached internal emotional disengagement which asks the listener to dethorn the spikes and walls created to protect their true emotional state. The song instead shines that exposure and openness of one’s deepest self is the true water to the internal trees which bud only from the soul. No words are wasted through the song’s earnest, humble, and brazen lyrics. Gabrielle sings to remind and remember that our deepest rooted trees will never die out as long as we remain breathing.
“Deepest Roots” is a beacon call to the listener that their deepest roots are worth loving, and that any marks or scars that they may bury and hide are really just new bends that sprawling avenues of growth will arise from if allowed. From knowing her personally, there is no one better than Gabrielle to sing this message to the world. “Deepest Roots” is for anyone seeking a recalibration on authenticity.
You can learn more about Gabrielle Zwi here:
About the Curator - Sean Arison
Sean is a musician, writer, and artist currently studying psychology near Los Angeles, California. He really enjoys nice smelling fauna and homely ambient lighting. After exclusively listening to the Beatles, Beethoven, and Pink Floyd until the age of fourteen, he now possesses a wide music taste and loves discovering and sharing the beautiful art that he comes across. Sean loves how music is able to indefinably connect to the individual on such a unique and personal level. Sean is currently working on releasing his first full-length album in the near future. To know more, connect with Sean on Instagram!
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