josephine foster is ahead of time. in a very good haunting way, her vocals stream in levels that range from powerful to peaceful. the wonderful debut *little life* was produced on standard cd-rs and was originally thought of as a children’s album. however, josephine goes to prove that she is far from ordinary. constantly wandering, completely fearless using her rock opera roots and pecularities delicately along with slashes of ukelele, flute and spanish guitars, she crosses over musical boundaries making her sound undeniably her very own.

listen to ~*~ little life, all the leaves are gone, the pruner’s pair

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