It’s not a joke. Tamara’s vocals captures that folk-side, amplified well by the drive she shows and orchestrates in the song.
Her song, to us, is a fabulously well crafted old style Appalachian furniture. Hard, reliable, large, heavy, tested, and reliable.
Reliably dynamic, and infectious. Emotionally sound, but tilted in angst and predatory exposition in soft shell innocence.
Her latest self titled album dropped early this October and is already out and ready to be purchased at Paradise Of Bachelors.
Let’s watch her video again, shall we?