Heather Woods Broderick’s second full-length, Glider, at times, sounds like a long-overdue 21st century update to the quietly spaced-out folk-country first imagined by Cowboy Junkies on Trinity Session, but it also contains elements of dream-pop, reminiscent of Elizabeth Frazer’s work with Cocteau Twins. Her voice is atmospheric but not boring, quiet but not sleepy, and gloomy but not lazy. In addition to her resonant vocals, Broderick displays her instrumental chops throughout the album on guitar, piano, and cello—best encompassed on album highlight “Wyoming.” In what is sure to be an intimate and breathtaking performance, Broderick will be playing songs from Glider at Mercury Lounge on Dec. 19.

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