Carly Dow's music will leave you charmed and haunted. Her wildcrafted soul-folk blends inspiration from wordsmiths Gillian Welch and Amelia Curran, with an edge reminiscent of Neko Case. Ingrained, released in May 2015, is "a living, breathing album with sweeping arrangements" (Stylus), featuring "an incomparable voice that is raw, alluring and unique" (VIES Mag). Dow's "dark and poignant writing" (Stylus) explores the complexities of human-to-human and human-to-nature relationships within grounded, connected and beautiful imagery. Soft and sultry, pretty and gritty - this music has it all. Whether you're up dancing at festival or listening in an intimate venue, the songs are full of movement and meaning.
"It is Canadian music at its finest..." (VIES Mag)
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