"The idea behind Shatter," says Johnstone, "is that in order to find one's better self, one needs to ‘shatter’ the old one and begin the process re-invention. It’s about that moment of clarity in which change can take place."
"Shatter is a gospel prayer, of sorts, which makes use of a New Orleans style brass ensemble combined with the heartfelt vocals of Johnstone, and Maxayn Lewis. It is powerful, poignant, thought provoking and a true indicator of the depth of wisdom and creativity Johnstone works from. The rest of the album stems from that first moment. And in her most diverse collection so far, spanning several musical genres, Johnstone dives head first, delving honestly—and even eerily at times—into a world of experiences that have led her characters down a darkened path only to have ultimately emerged from it."
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