Loads of new press

The past month has seen a lot of new press pop up online and in print… a couple of interviews, lots of record reviews, several show reviews from my recent tour with Lou Barlow, and an NPR ‘Song of the Day’ feature!

INTERVIEWS and such:
Corduroy Books
Ice Cream Man
ShockHound ‘Suburban Naturalism’ playlist by Sarah (download the playlist here!)

The 405
The Austin Chronicle
Pop Damage
Venus Zine

Ear Candy @ Tractor Tavern, Seattle, WA
Seattle Subsonic @ Tractor Tavern, Seattle, WA
Examiner @ Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO

USA Today’s Pop Candy: ‘Best thing I heard… I’ve been digging the debut from a young singer/songwriter out of Texas named Sarah Jaffe…’
LA Weekly: ‘…the Texas singer-guitarist reveals more intelligence and thoughtfulness than most mellow songwriters.’
NPR’s Song of the Day: ‘For a 24-year-old singer who’s just releasing her first full-length album, she’s got a knack for reflecting on the past with the benefit of clear hindsight. “Clementine” may wind down to an easygoing conclusion, but Jaffe’s immensely promising career is just getting started.’
WKNC: ‘Remember Cat Power back in the day, all she had was her depressing lyrics and a guitar? That is pretty much Sarah Jaffe, except Jaffe includes musical compositions that resemble Neutral Milk Hotel. I know, right? Awesome.’