Singer-songwriter and storyteller Inara George has released “Liberame,” the Spanish version of “Release Me” which appears on her latest solo album Dearest Everybody – produced by Mike Andrews and available via Release Me Records. Translated by Maria Del Pilar, “Liberame” is one of the most personal songs Inara has ever shared. A song of lost love, “Liberame” provides a heartbreaking snapshot of her mother’s sorrow following the death of her husband Lowell George,Inara’s father and the front man of rock band Little Feat. Watch the video now below.
Dearest Everybody is Inara‘s first solo album since Accidental Experimental (2009). A collection of deeply personal songs never originally intended for release, Dearest Everybody is a departure from Inara‘s work with The Bird and the Bee, her project with GRAMMY-winning producer and instrumentalist Greg Kurstin. The album traverses the line between joy and sorrow, exploring love, loss, and grief in all of its various forms. CLICK HERE to download via Release Me Records and HERE to purchase the album’s vinyl, the only physical format available, via Slow Down Sounds.
Inara will appear at the LA Times’ Festival of Books next week, a free festival bringing together those that create stories with those that love to hear them. Inara will be hosting a talk in the morning, which will delve into storytelling in music and music videos, before taking to the stage for “Cover to Cover” to perform the songs that shaped her own music alongside Jordan Katz and the Elements of Style,Ben Blacker, Yassir Lester, and comedic host Tawny Newsome. CLICK HERE for more information and free tickets.
Inara George’s Upcoming Appearances
LA Times’ Festival of Books – Music Performance & Videos with Inara George
(Talk and performance. NEWSTORY Stage: 10:30am)
LA Times’ Festival of Books – “Cover to Cover;” appearing with Jordan Katz and the Elements of Style, Ben Blacker, Yassir Lester, and comedic host Tawny Newsome.
(Performance. NEWSTORY Stage: 4:00pm)