Dana Falconberry ‘Though I Didn’t Call It Came’ EP to be released on January 24th

When we started this label 6 years ago I never imagined that we’d have the amazing opportunity to work with such established and respected artists like our newest family member. We are continuing to stretch our reach in to different areas of the country and this time we’ve tapped one of Austin’s absolute gems, Dana Falconberry! Dana is a phenomenal, spellbinding songwriter, guitarist and band leader and we are honored to be putting out her new EP, “Though I Didn’t Call It Came” on January 24th. I’ve been a big Dana fan for many years since being introduced to her music by her touring partner and Crossbill artist Matt Bauer and we are extremely excited about the opportunity of working together and I know you will love the songs that Dana has in store for you.

Hear Dana Falconberry’s Daytrotter Session

See and Hear Dana and Matt Bauer’s newly released Halfway House Session filmed while on tour in Grand Rapids, MI this past summer.

past press:

“One of the city’s ‘most promising singer-songwriters’ and ‘most arresting female vocalists’…” -The Austin Chronicle

“Extremely talented…[her] album has been in constant rotation around here all month.” -Gorilla vs Bear

“One of Austin’s best kept secrets – and hopefully not for much longer…” -Bruce Warren, WXPN

“Falconberry makes music that seems to spring from an unnamed place and time.” -Jeff McCord, Texas Monthly

“It’s lo-fi folk, sure, but don’t expect anything syrupy or whiney. Falconberry can manage intimacy without cheap sentiment.” -The Austinist

“Dana Falconberry puts on a fascinatingly flawless live show, and her best songs are complete with some really beautiful chord progressions that could almost pass for the melancholy melodic fragments of a Cole Porter piece.” -We Shot JR

“Within her voice echoes the legacy of stories long passed down in song, the simple and direct witness to time and perseverance that connects the personal with the communal, worn desperation and youthful defiance, and the anachronistic balance of past and present.” – Doug Freeman, Austin Chronicle

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