“Remember the Way” by Bishop Reilly

Bishop Reilly

Bishop Reilly is at its best on their orchestrated tracks like the uplifting “Remember the Way” and “Look at Me Look at You,” which both benefit from some very nice string arrangements from Chris Carmichael (Taylor Swift, Lee Ann Womack, Alison Krauss). Similar to New York chamber folk group Hem, they manage to create little scenes that are both gently rustic and smartly classical. It’s on songs like these where Bishop Reilly as a working duo seem most complementary. Another highlight is the [album] opener, “A Million Years Ago,” which introduces their vision with a slickly produced, pop-leaning rock track that incorporates many of the band’s best assets, namely Reilly’s way with a strong, familiar melody and Bishop’s knack for framing it in the right way.

– Timothy Monger, AllMusic.com

Also Try:

Look At Me Look At You

A Million Years Ago

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