There are three days left on my campaign. If
you've already pledged at www.pledgemusic.com, you'll receive your download as soon
as the campaign is over. If you haven't pledged yet, please take a second
and go to www.pledgemusic.com/projects/leticiawolf and choose an exclusive to pledge on!
can't thank you enough for your support and patience during this process. It's
been incredibly meaningful to me and I hope the record is meaningful to you!
I got my hands on a beautiful marbled vinyl test pressing of my record and it sounds
so beautiful. I can't wait to share it with you! United Record Pressing
is giving away 50 of these test pressings to the first 50 people that pledge over
$50. There are still 12 left, so if you are interested in that, choose a pledge
of $50 or more.
See you all at the private pledgers party in June!
"On Thursday night, our dear friends at Rhythm & Brews will have the beautiful
Leticia Wolf along with some of her Nashville neighbors sharing their souls for
us. If you are new to the area (your only excuse to not know about Leticia,) she
is one of the most celebrated Chattanooga female voices. She has been living in
Nashville for some time now, so it is an especially personal experience to have
her back. It seems that when she is between our bridges, a certain sense of freedom
comes out, and you are sure to feel the energy and grace she exudes.
Combining influences as far across the board as Nirvana to The Beatles, her sound
comes from a deep place and Thursday, she will let you in." Tara Villand,
The Pulse Weekly Alternative
in this town, it’s hard to make a mark. The glut of first name/last names
illuminated on the city’s marquees has stigmatized the idiom to such a degree
that the story of making a name for oneself in Nashville is one of escaping the
Bluebird-ified pigeonhole. When considering the amount of talent it takes to accomplish
such a feat, that isn’t such a bad thing. Take for example local chanteuse
Leticia Wolf. Fans of artists ranging from Mary Lou Lord to Feist would do themselves
a favor by giving her newest offering The Fire and the Flood a listen. The record
addresses the concerns of a quarter-life crisis with a tone that shifts from dramatically
dire to warm and resolute, reflected sonically by dense but tasteful arrangements
featuring a healthy dose of lush strings and wet organ sounds. They’re driving
when they need to be, yet laid back and understated enough as to never distract
from the soulful smoky singing voice that is easily Wolf’s greatest asset" Adam
Gold, Nashville Scene
"Leticia's music is always changing
and evolving, but the sexually charged themes of death, dispair, whiskey and unpreventable
heartbreak are always presented with a knowing wink and an evil smile.
Her music is not angry ... it’s just a little dark." BMM, The Black Mountain Music Scene