quiet corners is out
I released Quiet Corners on September 2, 2020.
This collection of songs is twenty-three and a half minutes of twangy indie folk that outline a year of coming home to myself.
In “Quiet Corners of Virginia,” you’ll hear optimism in its infancy. In “Little House,” you’ll hear a spell that manifested me my first real home in a decade. In “Here Right Now,” you’ll hear one heart calling to another. In “Sorry ‘Bout Your Boyfriend,” you’ll hear confidence and powerful boundary-setting. In “OK Highway,” you’ll hear gratitude realized in contrast. In “If You Wanna Stay,” you’ll hear self-reflection, self-acceptance, and then an invitation to take me only as I am.
Below are three ways to enjoy the record.
Listen and vibe out.
Share with friends, family, and foes.
Stream silently on repeat to crack the evil algorithms.
press for Quiet corners
I’m thankful for the nice feedback I’ve been getting on Quiet Corners. I put a big chunk of my savings and more than a whole year of my life into recording and releasing these songs. It’s scary to gamble on myself, but I’m trying to believe in good outcomes. I feel like positive reviews are little candles in the darkness celebrating my progress and guiding me onward.
These photos are screen grabs from the livestream of our performance with Ben Tufts at Crescendo Studios in Falls Church, VA on September 4th. This video was projected onto a big screen outside for a drive-in concert audience. We raised money for the Craig Tufts Educational Scholarship Fund.