Mercury contributor Robin Bacior’s 2015 album, Water Dreams, is a lush landscape of orchestral songwriting, her tender voice nestled among string and piano arrangements. She puts masterful care into her lyrics, which fall in line with the work of Canadian songwriter Patrick Watson. Water Dreams also speaks to Bacior’s quiet activism, with 10 percent of the proceeds going toward Sacramento River water conservation in her hometown of Chico, California. Since releasing her record, she’s traveled on a worldwide tour, but still found time to take a coastal residency in Oregon to work on new material. Bacior’s forthcoming release hasn’t yet been announced, but hopefully she’ll share some at tonight’s soft comedown from summer at Mississippi Studios. JENI WREN STOTTRUP
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