10906376_901578873205678_6298799340427800523_nMinneapolis chantress Jourdan Myers has been variously described as “a golden voice that is quite beguiling” (Erik Thompson, City Pages,) “a voice so pure, it reminds me of Sarah McLachlan’s, but this lady can also belt it out” (Kate Sevigny, Lady Indie) and by us at DAA as a combination of Conor Oberst, Feist and Bat For Lashes.  Using a combination of avant-garde pop vibes and commercial accessibility her second album Ruin Me With Love, looks set to propel her to a wider audience in no small part due to a voice that can be bettered by few working in contemporary music today.

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