"…Katie Crutchfield latest album is once again filled with her deeply raw and honest autobiographical songwriting, but here she returns to her southern roots, infusing her song with indie-folk and Country-rock - the sounds of contemporary Americana - a genre that subconsciously focuses the listener on fully appreciating Katie's immense lyrical and vocal talents… it took me a while, but I suspect this is her best album to date…"
All songs written by Katie Crutchfield
Published by Domino Publishing Company
Recorded & mixed at Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, TX & Long Pond in Stuyvesant, NY
Produced by Brad Cook
Engineered by Jerry Ordonez
Additional engineering by Jon Low
Mixed by Jon Low
Mastered by Brent Lambert at The Kitchen
KATIE CRUTCHFIELD – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, keys
BRAD COOK – bass, acoustic guitar, piano, keys, synth
BOBBY COLOMBO – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keys
BILL LENNOX – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keys, percussion
NICK KINSEY – drums, percussion
JOSH KAUFMAN – electric guitars, piano, organ, percussion
Photos by Molly Matalon
Set production by Andreina Byrne
Design by Mike Krol
Thank you to Rennie Jaffe, Kevin Morby, Timmy Hefner, Allison Crutchfield, Marlee Grace Cook-Parrott, Lindsey Jordan, Eric Dimenstein, Laura Ballance, Aaron Dessner, Tony Rancich, Stella Cook, Mia Polao, Jean Garnett, Bonny Doon, Ryan Matteson, Steven Thomassen, Dave Sitek, Mark O’Donnell, Mac McCaughan, Justin Sullivan, Ardor Wood Farm, Ricky Schull, Josh Stirm, Tye Claridge, Darren Jessee, Amelia Meath, Nick Sanborn, everyone at Merge Records, Sonic Ranch & our families
Katie Crutchfield’s southern roots are undeniable. The name of her solo musical project Waxahatchee comes from a creek not far from her childhood home in Alabama and seems to represent both where she came from and where she’s going.
i spent ages only liking motion sickness and kyoto then i listened to this album on LOUD and was like oooo its so cool actually exciting so now i want B.B. Bridgers to make a full rock album please like channel heatmiser please the world needs it ok i feeeel something.... Ben Collins
This album is so beautiful, it hurts, especially 'yellow is the color of her eyes'.
But I can't choose a favourite song because each one corresponds to a different mood. All the musicians are dope, and Sophie Allison is a very talented songs writer and musician/singer. Saramachine