Brave Enough - Lindsey Stirling

Brave Enough

Lindsey Stirling

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2016-08-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • ℗ 2016 Lindseystomp Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Lost Girls Lindsey Stirling 4:35
2
Brave Enough (feat. Christina Lindsey Stirling 4:23
3
The Arena Lindsey Stirling 3:52
4
The Phoenix Lindsey Stirling 4:04
5
Where Do We Go (feat. Carah Fa Lindsey Stirling 4:15
6
Those Days (feat. Dan + Shay) Lindsey Stirling 3:46
7
Prism Lindsey Stirling 3:32
8
Hold My Heart (feat. ZZ Ward) Lindsey Stirling 3:29
9
Mirage (feat. Raja Kumari) Lindsey Stirling 4:22
10
Don't Let This Feeling Fade (f Lindsey Stirling 3:36
11
First Light Lindsey Stirling 3:23
12
Love's Just a Feeling (feat. R Lindsey Stirling 3:49
13
Something Wild (feat. Andrew M Lindsey Stirling 3:44
14
Gavi's Song Lindsey Stirling 4:32

Reviews

  • More instrumental but still amazing

    5
    By Fire_wolf999
    I have many favorite out of Lindsey's songs/instruments. Out of them all (which is a lot) I only have two voiced Songs which are in my favorite section (which I'm not saying). I love the instrumental highs and low notes with her Violin. What I'm saying is, a lot of people have wanted more instrumental (look at some people's reviews for evidence). She is, out of all the other bands I love, my favorite. And to hear the notes of the violin calm me down a lot swifter than music with words. Keep up the good work Lindsey and please do more instrumental songs (also I'm sorry if I spelled her name wrong).
  • Love !

    5
    By Cris 11412'
    I don't know if I already wrote a review of this album but just like the rest, I love it !!!!! I was a little bit meh at the beginning with all the features but over all the album is still pretty great ❤️❤️ Keep em coming Lindsey 😻😻😻
  • Evolved and capturing

    5
    By Fersamu
    While Lyndsey is best known for her instrumental prowess, this album demonstrates her abilities to use that prowess to grow and discovery new ways to adorn it. It lives up to its name, making her "Brave Enough" to try more, do new things, and express herself in various ways while still offering the sound uniqueness that brought her success.
  • Good...but

    4
    By aurathoma
    I'm a Lindsey fan and will continue to be but this album does have too many vocal tracks that are pretty mediocre and I prefer her instrumentals better. "Hold my heart" and "Something wild" are the best vocalist featured songs. The instrumentals are great especially the arena, lost girls and prism.
  • Love it!

    5
    By DragonValeLover1238
    This album is amazing and is by FAR her best. I love how she features other artists. My fav song is probably the Arena but Gavi's Song is also my favorite for other reasons.
  • love it!

    5
    By AEG_@
    never disappointing!
  • Please keep doing this!!!

    5
    By Emeraldbug
    I will purchase every album you make! So love this album.
  • pretty good

    4
    By houmus 11
    all great songs even the guest songs but i’m a still little disappointed that there are so few just violin songs. otherwise great album! my fav songs are phoenix and hold my heart!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Tjdenardo
    Lindsey is an unbelievably talented musician. I can't even count how many times I've listened to this album. With each new song she works on she demonstrates more and more of her talent and I can't wait to see what the future has in store for her.
  • Absolutely beautiful.

    5
    By Rstuio
    This album was a wonderful listen and well worth the purchase. My favorites are The Arena, First Light and (Target exclusive only) Waltz. Gavi's song really caught me off guard, and even him playing it himself in the last few seconds brought a tear to my eye. #WeAreGavi I don't understand why everyone thinks this album is bad because of so many guest singers. This is still LINDSEY'S album. She could sing her own songs like she did with Firefly(and Assassin's Creed), but she chose to collab with these people for a reason. In my opinion, they enhance the song's meaning and emotion. Every guest singer was an excellent choice. Hold My Heart had the best guest singer next to Where Do We Go. And she's been hesitant to do different styles as far back as Shatter Me's Beyond the Veil. Everything in this album onwards is still her. Long term fans like me can pick up her distinct style in a heartbeat.