“Room” is the new single from Nashville native Liza Odachowski, who goes by Liza Anne. The single echoes of Sharon Van Etten and New Zealand’s Tiny Ruins – from the poignant, honest lyrics to the haunting sounds. It’s a remarkable track that represents a change in sound from her debut album, The Colder Months, which was released last week. Her debut album leaned more towards folk and indie-folk – mellow tracks that showcased Odachowski’s beautiful, tender voice. The accompanying guitar work – whether the acoustic or electric – are subtle and set the atmosphere of each track. Even the use of the slide guitar, such as on “Water Can” and “Lying”, is restrained and put in a complementary role.

“Room” is part of our Weekend Showcase for March 6, which has some great new music from bands you ought to know. It is below along with a couple of tracks from The Colder Months, which you can purchase on iTunes, Amazon, and eMusic.

Liza Anne will be at SXSW, so check her out there.

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