Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Fuller makes her peace with the Christ-haunted south by writing songs about the one thing that makes us all equal and honest, death.

The record is the result of a woman who has spent the bulk of her life trying to tell a story well. Her deep, mournful vocal style, which has garnered comparisons to Patti Smith, Gillian Welch, and Nick Cave, sounds as though it comes from a place of necessity and nowhere else.

Lindsay recorded the album live at engineer Ryan Freeland's (Ray LaMontagne) LA studio and Stampede Origin with producer Paul Bryan (Aimee Mann).

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