Edith Frost released first new music in 15 years
Texas singer-songwriter Edith Frost, self-described maker of "pensive countrified psychedelia," is back with her first new music in 15 years in the form of a three-song EP released just today, featuring new song "Nothing Comes Around" and covers of Jimmie Rodgers' "Ben Dewberry’s Final Run" and The Carter Family's "Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone." Says her label, Drag City: "The first new music from our long-distanced chanteuse in absolutely (if not quite literally) forever is a cool comfort. The desired Frost effect pairs something old with something new in an expanse of stony inner space: a hitherto-unheard original brings classic Edith magic, paired with a cover each of Jimmie Rodgers and The Carter Family. Sweet-ith!"
Welcome back, Edith! Listen to the EP below.