Her new album is a departure from the gritty punk of past bands she's been in, instead featuring catchy, dreamy pop songs that capture the time in her life post-Swearin', which she describes as a "scrapbook of that time."
The lead single is "Dean's Room," which, like Waxahatchee's Merge debut, has Allison's trademark style get a boost from some more layering and glossier studio production than she usually has. It was produced by Philly's Jeff Zeigler, who's also worked with Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs, Nothing, and more.
The band's cult following has only grown as members Katie and Allison Crutchfield got more fame from Waxahatchee and Swearin' (among other projects), and it was clear that the crowd was ready to eat up the whole set.
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