RF Shannon, Jesse Woods, Jess Williamson, Anna St. Louis

A few years back, Jess Williamson returned home to her native Texas to reconsider everything and rethink the direction of her life. It was that about-face that gave her the security and solitude, the inspiration, needed to create 2014’s highly acclaimed debut album, Native State.

But that was two years ago.

Williamson’s sophomore album, Heart Song, questions the structures of support inherent in the comforts of home and showcases the rare kind of artistry that is the hardest to achieve after early success: change.

The opening song, “Say It”, eases the listener into a groove before the song cracks open and floods the landscape with squall and noise and thunder; announcing that Heart Song is not the same album as it’s predecessor, that this work is not only the next logical step in Williamson’s evolution, it is also a leap forward for her as an artist.

Anna St. Louis

Musician from Los Angeles via Kansas City. St. Louis played in Kansas City punk bands Crap Corps, Hairy Belafonte, Torben, and Bloodbirds. She released an EP of solo demo tracks in 2015 and will be releasing an EP on Woodsist imprint Mare Records in November 2017.

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