You may have loved her as the lead singer and harpist in the band The Wrong Trousers, but Kelsea’s musical fare in this record seems to come from a parallel universe. In ten melodic tunes, Kelsea bares her soul, and while her lyrics take you on a trip through the ups and downs of her own deeply private experiences, you won’t be able to resist joining in by singing along with her.
“I am Personal Myth,” she says. “It is my existence. I promise you, if nothing else, this album will be true…. People are drawn, in this increasingly fabricated world, to things that echo actual passion and reflect true components of humanism. This album is my declaration from the proverbial mountain tops that ‘I am human. I exist, and I offer my life to you that you might hug your own beautiful life as wholly and with as much reverence as I do.’”