JUNO-nominated Toronto singer-songwriter-producer Barbra Lica takes a contemplative step back in this folk-pop ballad to dream about the kind of love that only seems to exist in rom-coms. What if love could really last forever? What if growing old could be beautiful in the eyes of the right person?
Fresh from its world debut at Barbra’s own wedding, In 40 Years is co-produced and written with renowned songwriter-guitarist James Bryan (Prozzäk, Nelly Furtado, Drake) and presents the most vulnerable and hopeful parts of Barbra’s heart set to music. This song also features long-time collaborator Joel Visentin on the organ.
In 40 Years is available everywhere that music is streamed – Listen Now!
To celebrate the single, Barbra is releasing a series of short vignettes inspired by “When Harry Met Sally” where five couples answer one important question: what’s your secret to lasting love? Check out the first video HERE.
If you haven’t seen it yet, also make sure to dance along to the new music video for Girls Like Me AND look out for more dates with the Toronto Chamber-Pop Orchestra. Just announced: a free show on July 1st with the TD Toronto Jazz Festival, and a mini-tour in Québec and Ontario with performances in Montréal, Morrisburg, and Westben at the end of July.
“It starts and ends with Lica’s voice. It’s a bright, vibrant contralto one minute, laconic and syrupy the next when she lets a phrase die on the vine and trail off”
– Frank De Blase, Journalist, City Newspaper