Francine Honey offers hope for those with Christmas blues in her new video for Snowflakes On My Eyelashes (feat. Beth Neilsen Chapman) — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist.
Taken from the bilingual Ontario singer-songwriter’s latest album To Be Continued…, the song is a tender ode to Honey’s grandmother that also speaks to anyone missing a lost loved one at the holidays.
“I still miss my grandmother,” Honey says. “I remember visiting her grave one day in January when I was about 14. Snow started falling and somehow two huge snowflakes found their way behind my giant glasses and onto my eyelashes. Since then, I have always believed that snowflakes on my eyelashes are kisses from heaven. It gives me hope that she has not forgotten me either.”
Hall-of-fame singer-songwriter Beth Neilsen Chapman lends her beautiful voice to the song, one of 11 personal tales from Honey’s latest release. Cut in Nashville with producer Neilson Hubbard (John Prine, Jason Isbell) and first-call players like guitarists Will Kimbrough and Kris Donegan, pianist Danny Mitchell, bassist Dean Marold and legendary fiddler Eamon McLoughlin, To Be Continued… takes Honey’s mix of Americana, Country, Rock, Canadiana, and Blues to the next level, capturing the sound she’s been chasing for years.
Check out Snowflakes On My Eyelashes (feat. Beth Neilsen Chapman) above and hear the rest of To Be Continued… below.