Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Forgotten City From RiME

Lindsey Stirling is one of my all time favorite music artist. She has such amazing talent, with incredible songs like The Arena and Love’s Just A Feeling featuring Rooty. She released her new album Brave Enough this year. It features the inspiring song Lost Girls. For music week, her new song Forgotten City for the adventure game RiME is in the spotlight.

Lindsey Stirling is obvious a fan of video games, having a few covers of various themes. This original song is obviously just as brilliant as her others. She has star qualities that make her shine. The song is amazing and she performs it brilliant while also performing in a music video that pas tribute to RiME.

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