Faye Webster - Self- Titled - Vinyl LP

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“Webster explores themes of different relationships through her
broody tunes, tackling the notion of writing only sad songs by writing
her “saddest song” yet. In a way, the record feels like a comingof-age for the singer-songwriter into her own perfectly curated
moment, which surely will lead to bigger and better things.” (NYLON)
“Faye Webster is filled with lush bluegrass sounds, featuring plenty
of slide guitar and the occasional trill of a fiddle, which Webster’s
fragile voice flits through like that of a younger Natalie Prass.” (W
“…a soulful offering heavily inspired by the country and western
music she grew up listening to.” (Pitchfork)
“Her self-titled record will win fans across the musical spectrum for
its left-of-center approach to folk. Webster is a lifelong student of
country-western songwriting and Americana sound (her mom plays
fiddle; her grandfather is a bluegrass guitarist). But she punctuates
her own tunes with subtle flourishes of funk. Her voice hits a sweet
spot somewhere between bluegrass powerhouse Alison Krauss,
Natalie Prass, and Tennis’s Alaina Moore, whose light vocals glide
across any melody.” (VICE

1. She Won’t Go Away
2. I Know You
3. Is It Too Much To Ask
4. Alone Again
5. It Doesn’t Work Like That
6. Remember When
7. It’s Not A Sad Thing
8. Say It Now
9. Wrong People
10. What’s The Point