Give It to Me. She initially purrs with a velvet-lined sense of wonder on the shadowy, noirish interlude “Aging,” which eventually catapults itself out of its hypnotic reverie with a surge of power chords and her fiery declamations. “Trouble Adjusting” also starts out from an intimate place before the band kicks in and Folick’s confessional vocals gain power and intensity as she rails about trying to find her place in the world. “Let’s Pretend” is a more austere and ethereal soundscape wrapped around the singer’s tremulous delivery, and she transforms Joni Mitchell’s “Woodstock” into a chilling, spectral banshee cry in the wilderness.
Miya Folick possesses an enchanting voice that she drapes over a series of dreamy guitar chords on her new EP,