Known for her goth-infused, bluesy art folk, Chelsea Wolfe’s third album, though an acoustic collection, is no less haunting than her last two. Her medieval howl still captivates, and though the collection is instrumentally sparse, often relying on just a few acoustic guitars, there is still a heaviness to the album that only Wolfe could twist into beauty. Wolfe is playing at The Sinclair on January 23rd, with opening act King Dude, whose archaic, devilish-folk aesthetic is primarily the project of Seattle musician TJ Cowgill. Tickets to the show are available here.
The video above is a live version of her tune “Flatlands.” The version highlights her simple yet powerful delivery. And with the swell of a violin, the tune is poignantly serene.
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