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Standing on the street in Austin after being refused entry to a bar and wailing along to a Guns N’ Roses songs blaring out of a nearby vintage shop, she glances down at her trousers.A patch of white has appeared on their charcoal grey. Snail Mail, her diaristic indie-rock outlet, is faring a lot better than her afternoon so far.Written when she was 15, it discusses everything from love to illness.Now, she says she’s “a 100 percent different person”, but isn’t self-conscious about the record.“You have to find something in [music] that you care about and find something to hold onto,” she says, rubbing the sticky splodge on her leg with ice.“Hopefully that’s not the approval of others.”Lindsey might not be fussed what people think of her, but since 2016 EP ‘Habit’, she’s been accruing accolades for her reflective and intricate songwriting.The new record sees her up her guitar hero status, weaving in solos and licks inspired by her favourite guitarists, including Kurt Vile, Marnie Stern, and her former guitar teacher Mary Timony.
” she muses on “Pristine,” the lead single from her forthcoming debut album, .Growing up in Baltimore suburb Ellicot City, Jordan began her classical guitar training at age five, and a decade later wrote her first audacious songs as Snail Mail.Around that time, Jordan started frequenting local shows in Baltimore, where she formed close friendships within the local scene, the impetus for her to form a band.“Everyone’s gonna be like, ‘What are these sellouts doing with all their money and Lamborghinis?! “I wanna say haters make me famous, but I’m not famous at all.” Given time, though, indie-rock’s latest wunderkind could easily be as respected as her heroes.If it happens, she’ll probably take it as equally in her stride.
“Each song is such a good maker of that time in my life,” she explains.