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Sarah Jaffe - Suburban Nature (2010)
Posted By : axyli | Date : 08 Feb 2022 16:17:49 | Comments : 0

Sarah Jaffe - Suburban Nature (2010)
Mp3 V0 ~290 Kbps | CD | 75.62 MB
Genre: Indie, Folk, Dreampop | 44:34 min | Label: Kirkland Records | 13 tracks


01. Before you go (3:25)
02. Stay with me (2:46)
03. Clementine (4:49)
04. Better than nothing (3:53)
05. Vulnerable (3:44)
06. Wreaking havoc (3:21)
07. Summer begs (4:53)
08. Pretender pt. 1 (2:33)
09. Pretender (2:38)
10. Luv (2:46)
11. Swelling (4:17)
12. Watch me apart (3:24)
13. Perfect plan (2:12)

Sarah Jaffe: Guitar, Vocals, Piano (8 & 13)
Robert Gomez: Guitar, Bass, Piano, Wurlitzer, Bibraphone, Accordian, Marimbula
Jeff Ryan: Percussion, Drums, Vibraphone
Becky Howard: Violin
Kris Youmans: Cello

Sarah Jaffe is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of her debut full-length album - Suburban Nature. Due out May 2010 on Kirkland Records, the album was produced by John Congleton (Polyphonic Spree, Explosions in the Sky) who also produced Sarah's debut EP - Even Born Again. The intensely intimate EP was released in August 2008 with limited distribution and earned Sarah a number of accolades including a feature on NPR's "Song of the Day" for the title track and saw her winning several awards at the 2008 Dallas Observer Music Awards: "Best Folk/Acoustic Act", "Best Female Vocalist", and "Best Solo Act".

"The EP has a very stripped-down minimal vibe, it's an honest introduction. With Suburban Nature I wanted to stay true to what each song sounds like live, but add some layers." - Sarah Jaffe

Suburban Nature will be most people's introduction to this incredibly talented 23 year-old singer/songwriter from Denton, TX. However, Sarah has been turning heads with her memorable live performances over the past couple of years. Currently on a sold out tour of the UK and Europe with fellow Dentonites Midlake, her performance at 2009's Austin City Limits Festival earned her a nod from Rolling Stone and a live show at Stubb's had the Austin Chronicle calling her "...a major new talent".

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