Nobody’s Girl (from the E.P. Waterline available on Lucky Hound Music)
The power of three channels a triple threat of solo artists, Rebecca Loebe, Betty Soo, and Grace Pettis, to create an Austin, Texas-based trio, Nobody’s Girl. Their debut release, the E.P. Waterline, has a heft that suits the singers. The three songwriters back their stories with a hard-hitting rhythm section that offers protection against weather with “Riding Out the Storm” as the album pulse quickens, coming in a dizzying sway to welcome into “Queen City”, tenderly proposes promises on “Bluebonnets’, and stomps against stark guitar slashes for the title track.
The three members of Nobody’s Girl, originally from Texas, Georgia, and Alabama, met as neighbors, heeding the calls of fans to form under a Sirens of South Austin banner. The power of their voices propels the E.P. into existence, confidence and a joy in the harmonies clear as Waterline opens asking “What’ll I Do” on a Country Rock rhythm. Nobody’s Girl hit shuffle to re-work an 80’s hit as a seductive dance floor teaser with Blondie’s “Call Me”.
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