Based away of Louisville, Kentucky, singer/songwriter Joan Shelley’s warm and mellifluous tone of voice evokes both deep south and western coast, sketching from both old-time country and ’60s folk. A talented songwriter and prolific performer, Shelley splits her time taken between single outings and collaborations with additional area music artists like Daniel Martin Moore and Joe Manning, with whom she released the albums Farthest Field (2012) and Outside Stay Outside (2014), respectively, and with the old-timey music trio Maiden Radio, which also features the skills of Julia Purcell and Cheyenne Mize. Shelley released her single debut Ginko in 2012, accompanied by the No Quarter-issued Electric powered Ursa in 2014, the second option of which noticed her operating alongside fleet-fingered guitarist Nathan Salsburg. 2015’s Over and Actually discovered Shelley and Salsburg providing an evocative group of country-folk originals that flirted with British and Irish traditional music. On her behalf eponymous fifth studio room LP, Shelley, Salsburg, and Wayne Elkington going up to Chicago to record with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy behind the table. The first solitary from your record, “Crazy Indifference,” decreased in March 2017, using the full-length recording arriving later on that May.