Brassica is the second of four seasonal EPs from beloved Seattle indie roots band Hannalee. Every song in Brassica has been paired like a fine wine, and with each containing a unique flavor this six song EP keeps your ears in tune for the entire ride. I love the honesty and warmth Hannalee brings to their music. Their songs are filled with intimate lyrics surrounded by a trio of harmonies. Michael Notter, Anna-Lisa, and Fidelia Rowe dig deep and bring us uplifting music that is beautiful in more ways than one.
After hearing the Fall EP Cucurbita, and now the Winter EP Brassica I’m happy to say Hannalee is a fine example of what makes homemade folk music so special.
A beautifully written quote on the creation of Hannalee: “A shooting star held the moon’s shadow in an erotic and passionate embrace and little baby Hannalee was born. Cradled by the Celestial Stork, she descended through the rainy drear of the Seattle sky and landed squarely in the intersection of NW Market & Ballard Avenue. She immediately began to sing . . .”
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