Over a modest ensemble of hand claps and shimmering six-string, Tricia Scully croons, “I’m holding out on you,” yet it’s clear that she’s doing anything but. Both her ethereal vocal stylings and intricate finger picking showcase tinges of jazz and pop that saunter effortlessly into the melodic framework, at once lulling and flirting with listeners. It’s an idiomatic mingling of all of Scully’s former musical identities – from punk guitarist to marching trumpeter to mask-wearing electro-pop collaborator to indie rock front-woman – that sheds the pretense and underscores the only thing that matters: her sheer talent as a songwriter and performing musician.

Song Album
Curse Me!  
It's the Same  
It Was Kinda Cold  

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