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Artist to watch in 2018.” – NPR Music
“Timelessly American… Brasher’s strain of soul [is] one that’s flush
with lyrical nods to Biblical images, Rubber Soul harmonies and a
gruff reverence to its southern roots.” – Billboard
Fat Possum’s “big-sounding” (Brooklyn Vegan) artist Liz Brasher thrilled the packed house at NPR Music stage during SXSW and will launch a 44-date tour as Fat Possum Records has confirmed the release of her EP ‘Outcast’ on April 27. a first-generation Dominican-Italian, this self-described outcast doesn’t fit neatly into any categories musically or personally. Brasher says, “I’ve never fit into a set group, genre or ethnicity and my heart goes out to other outcasts.” She confesses that being an outcast is also an attitude she carries, saying, “I don’t like rules.”
Produced by Brasher, Scott Bomar of the Bo-Keys, and Bruce Watson in her new hometown of Memphis, the ‘Outcast’ EP draws as much from garage rock, classic soul and funk, and ‘60s girl group pop sounds as from the music she grew up singing in church. Often starting her songwriting with a beat, Brasher wrote several of the songs under the influence of her recent move to Memphis, including the hard-grooving.
NPR Music said, “Good-God-Hallelujah… Brasher (rhymes with Frazer) shouts, rocks, rolls, and tears it up on stage; her music will dig down deep to touch your soul.” She’s also earned love from Spotify’s Fresh Folk playlist.