Whitney McClain Presents the Warm “Fireplace”

Singing about love never gets old. Whitney McClain’s “Fireplace” evokes musical memories of Amy Winehouse and 1970s R&B, in that it’s very soulful but also feels like home to me. That is, I hear this one and think about my family gathering and playing oldies from midday through the night. I also feel the warmth and love McClain’s looking for in the song. The rerelease appears on McClain’s Whitney’s Favorites EP, which also features “Bombs Away.”

It’s a real love she seeks. That’s a type of love that, admittedly, may be a bit scary in the beginning. I mean, love itself can be a scary thing. However, just like a fireplace, true love will keep her warm at times that seem colder than usual. McClain’s vocals, as always, are strong and help hammer home the finer points about love that I may miss in synopsizing the track. It’s a good one, a beautiful song that will make you–if you don’t have one already–want a special someone of your own.

Check out “Fireplace” below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

Whatever you need to know about me, you can find out on speedonthebeat.com. Dad of two, cat dad (of two), mental health advocate, Team Support Dope Music in All Its Forms.

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