“I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features Irish singer-songwriter Sorcha Richardson. The Dublin native began her musical journey at the young age of 10, when she founded a band with schoolmate Eve Hewson. After seven years of studying creative writing in Brooklyn, NY, Sorcha returned to Ireland in 2017 to kick off her full-time career as a solo artist. Her sound combines a Lykke Li-esque melancholy with rock-ish electric guitar riffs and an effortlessly cool attitude along the lines of Kate Nash. For Songbook, she offered insights into the stories behind her songs "Don’t Talk About It" and "High in the Garden" at the picturesque location of Bie de Buuf, in Groningen, The Netherlands.