You have a new album coming out in November- Trophy. Why the
I named the album after my favorite track that made the album. It felt like a triumphant way to come back out with music after many years of radio silence.
The album is called your indie rock debut-do you agree with that?
Yes, I totally agree. I was trained in classical and jazz music as a kid and had a brief stint as a jazz babe post college, but quickly realized that wasn’t the path I wanted to follow. I had to hide out and write and learn to figure out what I really wanted to pursue musically—the result is my album, Trophy.
Tell us a bit about the recording process in Brooklyn?
I recorded with a producer named Tim Bright. Though we mostly worked in his home studio, we did some live tracking in larger studios in Brooklyn (Mission Sound, Trout Recording). Had some amazing days with the full band tracking to tape, and a super memorable day with a string quartet called Brooklyn Rider.