Marissa Nadler records new, self-titled album, starts her own record label, makes you weepy

Marissa Nadler records new, self-titled album, starts her own record label, makes you weepy

Boston-based songstress Marissa Nadler’s Americana-inflected tunes are the perfect soundtrack for a dusty, haunted, economically depressed summer (as well suited to the 1930s as to today). And so it is with great joy that I write you about the June 14 release of the lady’s new LP, a self-titled little number on her brand-new record label, Box of Cedar Records. Nadler is teaming up with producer Brian McTear (Matt Pond PA, Danielson) for this, her fifth full-length.

The self-titled album will be Nadler’s first release on Box of Cedar after two successful albums on Kemado. One of these, 2007’s Songs III: Bird on the Water (TMT Review) was nominated for the 2008 Plug Awards in the “Best Female Artist of the Year” and “Best American Record of the Year” categories. Fun fact: her songwriting skills inspired the name for the Mexican Summer label.

Marissa Nadler tracklisting:

01. In Your Lair, Bear
02. Alabaster Queen
03. The Sun Always Reminds Me of You
04. Mr. John Lee Revisited
05. Baby, I Will Leave You in the Morning
06. Puppet Master
07. Wind Up Doll
08.Wedding
09. Little King
10. In A Magazine
11. Daisy, Where Did You Go?

• Marissa Nadler: http://www.marissanadler.com

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