By Kendall McCabe
“Zoe was born somewhere, sometime, and there are some interesting things to say about her.” Or so goes the curt biography on her Facebook fan page.
Whether or not there are any interesting things to say about Zoe Boekbinder, Zoe Boekbinder definitely has some interesting things to say.
This autumn, Boekbinder released her second full-length album, Darling Specimens. It’s a collection of doe-eyed songs that are full of heartbreak and the songstress’s glowing, old soul vocals. (Some of the songs are even backed by beats from Iowa native Philip Rabalais, who makes up one half of the electro-dance duo Utopia Park.)
Give the opening track “Make a Mess” a spin, and don’t look back.