The relationship between nature and ourselves is complex, dynamic and maybe even more natural than is often thought.
Today, it is common to recognise the value that a connection with nature can afford us where resilience and creativity, among other things, are concerned. However, if we recognise that we too are natural beings, then connecting with nature looks less like trading tech for trees and growing our own food (though those things can be valuable), and more like simply paying attention to ourselves and other wild things.
Corinne Bailey Rae's new album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers, deals with the overlapping relationship between nature and humanity. Brennan recently explored this topic on Corinne's podcast, and portions of that collaboration can be heard below.