Kent-based singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield premieres new single




We’ve been fans of Kent-based singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield since the days when she used to record and tour as Chittlin. A star in the making, she’ll release her new album, Make My Head Sing, on April 15 on ATO Records. She and bassist/husband Jesse Newport recorded it down in Nashville. Rolling Stone has just premiered the new single, “Oblivious,” a noisy track that sounds a bit like a cross between the Black Keys and Neil Young, albeit with a female vocalist. It's a great track. You can check it out here.

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