Critics are praising Kaleidoscope Heart — the new release from Grammy-nominated Epic recording artist Sara Bareilles — across the board.
The Wall Street Journal raved, “Kaleidoscope Heart plants Sara in Billy Joel territory.” The New York Daily News wrote, “Bareilles holds the keys to a pop world gone gaga.” The New York Times praised Sara, quoting, “Deliberately or not, Ms. Bareilles has figured out a singer-songwriter’s response to the ascendance of Glee. Now she’s her own glee club,” while People Magazine applauds the album, saying, “In 2007 the singer-songwriter rocketed from obscurity with her album Little Voice and the Grammy-nominated pop-rock gem ‘Love Song.’ How does she follow up on that? Impeccably.”
Kaleidoscope Heart — which Sara wrote and the renowned Neal Avron produced — is the follow up to her massive Grammy nominated debut, Little Voice, which has sold over 1 million copies worldwide and garnered the singer/songwriter two Grammy nominations for the triple platinum hit single “Love Song.”