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Honey Gentry raises the bar on her moving new single, 'The Bell Jar'.
The self-produced singer/songwriter is back with a soul-stirring cut from her upcoming debut album.
Gentry's heavenly choral vocals soar over haunting classical piano on this beautifully epic, dark and intimate song, which evokes the feeling of being trapped inside a bell jar.
The goose pimple-inducing ballad shares a name with the title of late poet Sylvia Plath's only novel, in which the character Esther Greenwood describes depression as like being trapped under a bell jar.
Gentry's music has always been incredibly filmic and 'The Bell Jar' is screaming to be used on screen - but for now it's a fitting soundtrack to our isolation misery amid the global health pandemic.
Gentry's latest single follows the release of February's Valentine's Day tracks, 'Valentine' and 'Ghosts of Lovers Past', which made Lizzie's Lowdown's ultimate sad gals playlist.
'The Bell Jar' is out now on all major platforms.
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