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Faye Webster

Faye Webster has released Live At Electric Lady, another EP from the same series that previously brought us Patti Smith covering Stevie Wonder. Every Live At Electric Lady release features a cover of a song connected to the famed studio’s history, and Webster’s has her taking on Fleet Foxes’ Crack-Up cut “If You Need, Keep Time On Me,” which was originally recorded at Electric Lady.

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Faye Webster is an overthinker. It’s not hard to tell from her music, which is layered with fantasies and anxieties. Her hit “Kingston” begins with the line, “The day that I met you/ I started dreaming,” which promises both excitement and danger within just a few words.

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A few weeks ago, Faye Webster announced her new album, I Know I’m Funny haha with the lead single “Cheers.” Today, she’s back with the album’s title track, a twangy swirl of guitar that unfolds with a series of wry observations that suggest she is indeed funny, haha. Such as: “Got you a bass last year on your birthday/ The same one the guy from Linkin Park plays/ But you look better with it anyway.”

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The sardonic Atlanta songwriter Faye Webster released her breakthrough third album, Atlanta Millionaires Club, back in 2019. Now she’s announcing its follow-up, I Know I’m Funny haha, which will be out in June and includes the singles “Better Distractions” and “In A Good Way” that came out last year. Webster has also shared a new song today called “Cheers,” a crisp and confident one in which she takes part in some sly celebrations in the chorus: “Let’s cheers to you/ And let’s cheers to me.”

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Earlier this month, a bunch of artists came together to release a limited-time-only benefit compilation called Good Music To Avert The Collapse Of American Democracy that was up on Bandcamp for only 24 hours before it was removed. This Friday (10/2) is Bandcamp’s next Bandcamp Friday, when the service waives their revenue share, and a…

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Faye Webster has kept on releasing singles since the release of her last album Atlanta Millionaires Club last year, tracks that suggest the young soft-rocking singer-songwriter is only getting better. Today we get a third great one-off to follow “Both All The Time” and “In A Good Way.” New song “Better Distractions” exists in Webster’s…

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“You make me wanna cry in a good way.” That’s a good line, and with Faye Webster sounding genuinely on the verge of tears, it becomes great. Even when she’s expressing something more straightforward, there’s palpable emotion in her voice: “I didn’t know that I was capable of being happy right now, but you showed […]