Tristen: Aquatic Flowers

Tristen SKU: 41467008
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Tristen: Aquatic Flowers

Tristen SKU: 41467008

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Aquatic Flowers
Artist: Tristen
Label: Mama Bird
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 195497703968
Genre: Rock

Aquatic Flowers, the fourth full-length from Nashville songwriter Tristen, brims with incisive pop-folk tracks ruminating on the ways we attempt to feel in control in a chaotic world, the past that informs us, and how to let go in order to grow. Making rock and roll music in Nashville, the mononymous songwriter has established herself as a prolific and introspective musician over the past decade. With a knack for crafting "hooky arrangements that tickle the ear and won't leave your brain alone" (NPR), she has collaborated with artists like Vanessa Carlton (she co-wrote Carlton's latest album 'Love is an Art') and Jenny Lewis (playing in the 'Voyager' touring band), and opened to critical acclaim for artists ranging from Robyn Hitchcock to Television. Tristen and her husband Buddy Hughen recorded and produced the record in their home studio Tight Squeeze. "I had a real desire to not overcomplicate things for this record, to get really close to what I have given in the past to my demos, which for me is the most inspired time of making something, right in the beginning, feeling it the most at that moment because you just wrote it and it's on your mind."

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