Catching Up With: Sarah Jaffe

HOMETOWN: Denton, Texas
ALBUM: Suburban Nature
FOR FANS OF: Rachael Yamagata, Sam Phillips, Joseph Arthur

Back in 2008, Paste declared Denton, Texas, home of the nation’s best music scene, citing the community ethos and ambition for artistry that’s marked the city for years. Tucked among the many artists included in our round-up was a young singer/songwriter named Sarah Jaffe, “blessed with both a trenchant lyrical pen and a vocal instrument perfectly suited to mainlining her effortlessly crafted, heartbroken tunes straight to the soul.” Since then, Jaffe has released her debut LP, Suburban Nature and toured the U.S. and Europe with Norah Jones, Lou Barlow and fellow Denton-ites Midlake. We recently caught up with Jaffe while she was on a radio tour of the Northeast.

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