folk/pop artist laura mustard releases her sophomore ep treehouse
recorded at ben bishop' & Graham Wak’s Home Studios in East Nashville, laura explains, "we made sure to have a great time with the production and recording of this ep! There's a tin can phone, glockenspiel, hand claps, a 'ba dum-tss' with a drum and cymbal, gang vocals, spooky cello sounds, and a wicked ethereal bridge. all the quirks on this album were so much fun! and, I loved having all the auxiliary musicians come into the studio. Also, recording the banjo part for 'spin' during a tornado warning was pretty exciting, an appropriate, given the song." Laura sums up her new project by saying,
"TREEHOUSE is 24 minutes of positivity-infused pop-folk with fun production that will make you feel better about yourself."
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“This EP wants you to make friends with yourself,” Laura Mustard explains. Her sophomore EP project, Treehouse, is an upbeat collection of six songs that each approach self acceptance from a different angle, ranging from the joyful feeling of laughing at yourself to the confronting process of staring your shame in the face in the middle of the night.
Laura mustard is a pop/folk independent artist based in Nashville, TN. Born and raised in Connecticut, Laura spent her childhood navigating doctor’s offices and medical routines at home as a result of some birth defects and exciting food allergies. These challenges lead to Laura’s habit of making up stories in her head as a type of escape, which later turned to songwriting in high school. Laura’s unique medical history also led to a search for self acceptance, an embrace of vulnerability, and a fierce belief in body positivity. These themes turn up frequently on Treehouse
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