“Glimpses” comes with a certain temperance and calming tone. Over the production of Thomas Mahony, one that includes guitar strings that linger and focuses on the background just as equally, Bri paints a portrait. The portrait is one of the past where moments end in heartbreak and confusion.

Slides and drawls in the production are met with a bass beat that begins to quake the ground a bit. The quaking leads to a stream of consciousness – falling in love too hard, allowing things to happen that probably shouldn’t have, diving deeper into relationship analysis where other tracks would look for an exit...

Each moment you expect “Glimpses” to blossom, it shrouds itself. Memories are rushing back, and it’s now time to deal with them again. These could pop, but the mix sees them get denser. There’s no escaping these feelings yet. But maybe.