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Lera Lynn's new music video, Shape Shifter featured on Wall Street Journal!
Lera Lynn releases new music video, Drive, off her latest album, RESISTOR!
"The songs on “Resistor” conjure moods and images, not narratives. And the album’s music takes its time, lingering in shadowy places."
“[Prefers] to push boundaries and create challenging often unsettling music that encourages multiple spins to reveal its substantial pleasures.”
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On the lead single "Shape Shifter" from her upcoming third LP Resistor, she morphs her sound, steering away from countrified licks straight into clever indie-rock bliss.
Wall Street Journal:
Lynn is a Nashville based singer-songwriter who is getting her biggest break yet in "True Detective". She has spent the last three years carving out an independent career and releasing several records, including recent album "The Avenues". - Wall Street Journal - Speakeasy by John Jurgensen.
Online musical sleuths were able to identify the voice behind the track, called “The Only Thing Worth Fighting For,” as singer-songwriter Lera Lynn. But even hardcore devotees of the show were probably surprised to see Lynn appear on camera in the season premiere as the hollow-eyed bar singer who performs for Ray (Colin Farrell) and Frank (Vince Vaughn). - Entertainment Weekly - by Kevin Sullivan
33. Lera Lynn: The Avenues "It takes a truly able voice to drop a lead single with barely any words in the chorus, but Lera Lynn — with her dreamlike wordplay, quirky metaphors and fantastically sultry tone — can do just that... And what a voice it is."
American Songwriter Top 50 Albums of 2014:
14. Lera Lynn: The Avenues "... her sultry alto is swathed in moony steel guitar and the ever-so-gentle swinging and sighing of a countrified jazz club combo. What she's done is spin solitary confessions into an immersive, sensual experience, which is no small feat."
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