Lera Lynn to Release Shape-Shifting Album Resistor on April 29th

Lera Lynn to Release Shape-Shifting Album Resistor on April 29th

Singer/songwriter Lera Lynn, who was raised near Atlanta and established herself in Athens prior to relocating to Nashville, will release a new album titled Resistor on April 29th.

Resistor – named after musician/producer Joshua Grange’s Nashville studio, where it was recorded – is Lynn’s first album since her appearances on the second season of HBO’s True Detective last summer boosted her profile nationwide. Grange and Lynn co-produced the album and play nearly all of the instruments themselves, with the sound expanding in directions beyond the woozy Americana she’s been known for.

Rolling Stone is offering a preview of Resistor in the form of the propulsive, indie rock-flavored “Shape Shifter,” which can be heard here:

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/hear-lera-lynns-punchy-shape-shifter-20160217

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