A guest-heavy, stripped down reimagining of her debut LP, The Burdens of Being Upright.
“More experimental, stripped down, often slower versions of the songs” from the 1999 record.
Supporting the album of the same name.
Likely the singer/guitarist’s most intense song to date.
The New Pornographers singer’s third solo release is an abstract meditation on love and death.
Indie pop singer preps her third solo album, due out in April.
On the positives of part-time work and seeing friends grow up professionally.
Dancing prism projector people.
A young girl’s struggle for survival… in a desolate future.
Com Truise! Ponytail! Wakey!Wakey!
Solo album asks the important questions…