Vocalist/songwriter Amy Annelle may be the creative pressure behind the Locations, an experimental folk clothing having a penchant for combining traditional folk tunes with ambient, avant-garde plans. The youngest of seven kids, Annelle grew up in Chicago and finally relocated to Portland, where she created the Locations after issuing a lo-fi single recording, Which One’s You, around the Hush Information label. The Autopilot Understands You Best launched the Locations’ experimental sound in 2000, and Annelle opted to concern a second single album, A College of Secret Risks, the following 12 months. Deciding to keep Portland, she after that spent a lot of the remaining 10 years traveling the united states to get the Places, actually launching her personal record label (Large Plains Sigh) to aid the band’s potential produces. The adventuresome Contact It Sleep made an appearance in 2004, and Tunes for Creeps was released two years later on.