It's kind of a shame that Pacific Northwest staple Rebecca Pearcy is best known for her "Queenbee Creations"–vinyl wallets, purses, handbags made of 7" records–because her folk pop music is every bit as well constructed.
Orchestral string instruments boost her acoustic guitar and airy voice; a tinge of steel guitar turns a regular folk tune into a melancholy country ballad. Not lo-fi, not overproduced, her songs feel bare but not sparse, too aloof to seem confessional. File near Edith Frost.
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