“My songs are simply the fleeting thoughts and feelings that I happen to latch onto and spin together,” Lael Neale told Art Nois in a recent interview. “When written in a similar span of time or from a certain geographical location, they tend to be sewn by the same threads.” As evidenced throughout the conversation, Neale speaks with as much poetic imagery as she included on the thoughtful, literate album I’ll Be Your Man. Read the interview, which includes a full-album stream of I’ll Be Your Man, here.
Salt Lake City’s SLUG magazine has a review of that album, which it praises for its “dreamy-sounding psych-folk vibe.” According to SLUG, Neale’s music is reminiscent of a combination of Nico and Feist. Read more here.