Green Hearts has been called "one of the most intelligent, evocative pop albums to appear in recent years (Anti-Heroin Chic)."
Drawing frequent comparisons to King, Mitchell, and Fleetwood Mac, with a commanding voice reminiscent of Natalie Merchant, Barth shapes these influences into a unique viewpoint - a mixture of confessional songwriting, poetry, and wry observations about human nature. Her songs find the beauty in pain and the bittersweet nature of fleeting joy, as her songs rotate seemingly straight-forward concepts around 360 degrees to expose the complexities of love, sadness, and other emotions.
A "behind-the-scenes" companion digital album to Green Hearts, Behind Green Hearts, is out December 15th, to include stripped-down live versions of, and stories behind, songs from the album.
"Make no mistake, Barth is a star, center stage. Run and grab your copy of Green Hearts. You will not be let down." (Music Existence.)