6 Songs, 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Married couple Tim Skipper and Stephanie Smith come together as the duo Copperlily on a debut EP sparkling with buoyant melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Christian-music fans know Skipper as the lead vocalist with rock unit House of Heroes and Smith as a folk-pop solo artist. Their work together blends their individual styles while creating something distinctively different from their work apart. Copperlily’s six tunes have a breezy, country-tinged sound carried by acoustic guitar, ukulele, and fiddle. The spotlight is kept on the interplay of Tim and Stephanie’s vocals as they trade song verses, harmonize, and conduct a musical dialogue about their lives together. Love Is a Legend’s lyrics are warm, wry, and insightful, offering snapshots from the couple’s courtship and marriage. “Map to Your Heart” and “A Lot to Learn” feature some playful male/female sparring that helps deepen the romantic moments. “Color in You” and “Tell Me" are affirmations of true love, while “Broken World” and the title track are more bittersweet and philosophical in tone. These songs have the ring of real-life experience, delivered with both sass and sweetness.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Married couple Tim Skipper and Stephanie Smith come together as the duo Copperlily on a debut EP sparkling with buoyant melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Christian-music fans know Skipper as the lead vocalist with rock unit House of Heroes and Smith as a folk-pop solo artist. Their work together blends their individual styles while creating something distinctively different from their work apart. Copperlily’s six tunes have a breezy, country-tinged sound carried by acoustic guitar, ukulele, and fiddle. The spotlight is kept on the interplay of Tim and Stephanie’s vocals as they trade song verses, harmonize, and conduct a musical dialogue about their lives together. Love Is a Legend’s lyrics are warm, wry, and insightful, offering snapshots from the couple’s courtship and marriage. “Map to Your Heart” and “A Lot to Learn” feature some playful male/female sparring that helps deepen the romantic moments. “Color in You” and “Tell Me" are affirmations of true love, while “Broken World” and the title track are more bittersweet and philosophical in tone. These songs have the ring of real-life experience, delivered with both sass and sweetness.

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