Hello, my dears. I hope you’re doing well during these strange times.
As I’ve mentioned on social media, my band and I recorded a studio album in the thick of it all. I’m happy to announce that my post-folk, debut full-length is coming out this spring, come hell or high water! More details will follow shortly, but I will say now that an exclusive Bandcamp pre-order will open soon.
Word of mouth can make a huge impact for an independent artist, so please consider following and sharing sheristreeter.bandcamp.com for updates and new releases.
In the meantime, please enjoy two previously unreleased tracks from my “Richer for the Grief” EP, featuring hermetic hillbilly/experimental musician Zack Kouns. Bandcamp takes care of artists and I want to reciprocate the gesture, so this EP and a number of my other releases are only available on their site. You can also check out Zack’s apocalyptic/electronic solo releases here: zackkouns.bandcamp.com
I know it’s been quiet here for awhile and this album was a long time coming, but the past couple years I’ve been busy writing and working on other things as well that I can’t wait to share with you all, too.
Much love, Sheri
P.S.—Someone once kindly told me in a writing workshop that “my dear” is not something native English speakers would say anymore, ha!
I wrote another song from a poem by Ron Whitehead called “The Shape of Water” (which Ron wrote many years before the movie), and my bandmate Mark Hamilton accompanied me on the recording which was included as part of his latest release on sonaBLAST! Records.
Jake Hellman approached me some time ago about co-writing some country songs, two things I hadn’t really done before. We had a lot of fun working together and formed a band for one show.
Thanks to Billy Lease, Austin Hellman, and Nick Hall for accompanying us, to Jeff Jobson for bootlegging the set, to Dave Chale at Dead Bird Studios for mastering it, and to Jake Miller for the artwork.