Since 2014, Zoe Reynolds has been making music under the Kississippi moniker, but the release of her debut full length signals a significant change for the artist. Following a series of demo releases and EPs including the 2016 standout We Have No Future, We’re All Doomed, Reynolds believes she has finally found her voice, calling the album an honest recognition of the music she always wanted to make.
Reynolds’ hushed but courageous soprano whispers tales that immediately nestle and lodge themselves in your heart. Words for these stories came to her during the most commonplace of everyday activities; situations like washing the dishes, filling the bathtub or sitting on the porch late at night became a place of inspiration. Recorded to voice memo and later brought to life in the studio, Reynolds wanted the songs to be as true to her nature as possible. And that desire for intimacy and sharing even the most painful of experiences with listeners is etched and apparent in every note.