She snuck in a new original song called “Strange Days”, too.
The cover song comes off their upcoming collaborative album Droneflower.
Grasshopper also talks new music and bringing the South into a universal context.
A dark, sprawling collaboration found at the intersection between the two musicians.
Featuring an assist from The Velvet Underground’s John Cale.
Rutger Zuydervelt found inspiration in Polyphonic choir music and a life-changing trip to Taipei.
Norah Jones, Phoebe Bridgers, Marissa Nadler, and more also appear on the full covers album.
A brief collection of bold folk songs that never feels slight and exudes the best writing of her career.
Ahead of Nadler’s forthcoming album, For My Crimes.
The second single from For My Crimes, her eighth studio LP.
The songwriter’s star-studded 8th LP also features Sharon Van Etten, Kristin Kontrol, and Patty Schemel.
Doom metal outfit to perform with Baroness, Marissa Nadler, Gatecreeper, Nothing, and more.