Romantic Images thrives on its sensuous undertones and Burch's airy vocals. She hasn't lost any of the tenderness from her earlier albums as heard on "Heart of Gold". What has seeped in alongside Burch's careful handling of instrumentation is a sense of determination as if she is pushing back at those who have told her to speak up. Balancing live drums with drum machines, piano with synths and flowing acoustic guitar with electric riffs, every beat and melody feels deliberate and calculated.
Third times the charm as Molly Burch steps forward with her third album offering, 'Romantic Images'. An emotive exploration of the romantic films that she indulged on as a child and her experience with traversing relationships outside of the fantasies she was promised. A conscious decision was made to work with female collaborators, including Tennis' Alaina Moore and Pat Riley.