Tucson’s Belinda Esquer is no new face to music. She began writing when she was only a teenager, having mastered drums and guitar by the age of 16, and joined her first band by the time she was 21. Over the years she has used her music as a form of therapy, an escape, and a way of life. It all shines through in her more recent solo work, and we’re thrilled to announce that we have the exclusive premiere of her new track “Silverlining”.
Layered, uptempo, and beautiful in its composition, the instrumentals swirl perfectly into a twinkling sound around Belinda’s vocals. Pure magic, her voice highlights the pain, wonderment, and reinforced positivity that the song portrays. It’s soft – with a touch of vintage appeal – and we’re playing it on repeat.
Belinda elaborated on the track for us:
10/14 – JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort (Tucson, AZ) || 7-10PM
10/20 – JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort (Tucson, AZ) || 7-10PM
10/22 – Cafe Passe 4th Ave Festival (Tucson, AZ) || 4PM
10/27 – Noble Hops Gastropub (Oro Valley, AZ) || 7-10PM
10/29 – CD Release Party, Hotel Congress/ Plaza Concert Series (Tucson, AZ) || 7-10PM
11/05 – Esta Cabral (Hermosillo, SON Mexico) || 8PM
11/17 – Noble Hops Gastropub (Oro Valley, AZ) || 7-10PM
“Silverlining” can be found on Belinda’s 7-track sophomore effort The Truth, out October 28th.
Meredith has spent her life pin balling across America. She is often referred to as an entrepreneur, photographer, writer, and multi-media maven. She would label herself “butcher,” “baker,” and “candlestick maker.” (Hint: One of these is not true.) She is currently trying to find the perfect design for the DIY ukulele her twin gave her for Christmas. You can find her random musings on Twitter and Instagram.