Her new single, “Django,” is out today on Grand Jury, and there’s more where that came from. The piano-led ballad recalls some of the low-lit charms of Tobias Jesso Jr, the hushed immediacy of Phoebe Bridgers, while drawing from the same well of sharp-witted lyricism as Liz Phair. It’s a tongue-in-cheek ode to the depth and fleeting nature of teenage sorrow, and the perfect introduction to her world.
She’ll be at Rockwood on Monday night. If you’re in New York and you’re not there, you’re doing it wrong. So we’ll see you there?