Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Miki Huber released an album I reviewed a long time ago and now she reruns with a new ep under a new name. It’s a lovely record with some truly stunning songs.
Opener “The Road” is soft and vaguely recalls Juliana Hatfield.
“Coal Mine” is a softly strummed song with some intriguing lyrical ideas.
“What’s it For” is dreamy and sweet, Huber singing in a very appealing way.
“Valentine Boat Song” ends the ep on a good note, vocal harmonies set to a relaxed note and a tune to die for.
It’s a lovely ep and I hope she records more and soon.
1. The road
3. Coal mine
5. What’s it for
6. Valentine Boat song