Anna Tivel's FENCELINE And Liz Brasher's LOVE FEASTS Featured On NPR's Heavy Rotation

Anna Tivel's FENCELINE And Liz Brasher's LOVE FEASTS Featured On NPR's Heavy Rotation

Anna Tivel's "Fenceline", the first single from her new album The Question coming on Portland, Oregon's Fluff and Gravy Records on April 19th, 2019, was recently a Rolling Stone "Song You Need To Know" and has been featured on NPR this weekend with OPB Music's Jerad Walker saying Tivel "has long been adept at writing arresting but sparse songs, anchored by vivid storytelling lyrics that showcase her uncanny ability to paint landscapes with words...and "Fenceline" is no exception. With the help of producer and multi-instrumentalist Shane Leonard and engineer Brian Joseph (Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens), Tivel has crafted a truly goosebump-inducing soundscape." Find the press release on Anna Tivel's new record HERE.

Liz Brasher, who put out a critically acclaimed EP on Fat Possum in early 2018, is gearing up for her full-length debut with the venerable Oxford, MS, based label on January 18th, 2019. Brasher's latest single "Love Feasts" is up on this month's column with WMOT's Jessie Scott saying she is "is in equal measure a gospel garage rocker, crooner, shouter, soul sister, guitar-slinger and girl group proponent" and that her "vocals delight with punch, mystery and wonder." Find the press release on Liz Brasher's upcoming debut full-length, Pained Image, HERE.

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