Dreamy and interwoven strands, stand in attention for galactic nuances and intuitive shine. In emotive fervor for life can admit, a truant calibration for what ails. An intimate discussion prevails in ‘Yellow T-Shirt’, to support, to understand, to uplift – while never forgetting the genesis of the beloved.
The Oakland California native dropped her latest LP, ‘Wetsuit’ (out now), which fully reveals the artist’s depth and conscious of lyrical ambience and story telling gumption. Nothing small or large are missed in the stories, as Leah’s convective words, sequence through light and dark, emanating sutured wit and irony for all to enjoy.
Bespeckled with sparkling attitudes, Leah’s works pulls you through a maze of thoughts and wonder. Her work spans from sharp wit to introspective wanderings and draws from the influences of Courtney Barnett, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Sonic Youth, and Sharon Van Etten.
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Nervous crouch for my album WETSUIT out in JUNE 26. We are three days away so i made a video of me trying to remember all the songs in their order. Track List as follows: 1) Disneyland 2) My Mom Thinks You’re Selling Drugs 3) Wetsuit 4) Weightless 5) Bath 6) ReJoyce 7) Orange U-Haul 8) Hotel 9) Justified 10) 4th Grade 11) Map 12) Yellow T-Shirt Remember to PreSave with the link in my bio and maybe you’ll get into the DunnClub.