Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen
Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen

Nashville singer-songwriter Tristen presents Aquatic Flowers via Mama Bird Recording Co. It is for fans of of Neko case, Jenny Lewis, Cass McCombs, Tennis, Phoebe Bridgers and Caitlin Rose. Her last album received critical acclaim from NPR, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Consequence of Sound, The AV Club, Elle Magazine, and more

From Tristen: “I've always felt that making records was too influenced by commerce and rock and roll mythology to be some kind of luxury PR-worthy experience, and I would trot into expensive studios with my demos and struggle to recreate what I had been feeling months, even years earlier when the songs were written. And then I became a mother. So growing a little person, and then the pandemic hitting, I leaned into the autonomy I had always been working toward, getting to the place where I could write a song and record it in my home studio right away. So much like the painting on the cover--a melancholic, childlike woman in a bathtub--the album was made in these intimate moments of isolation and calm.”

Tristen

Aquatic Flowers

Mama Bird Recording Co.
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Album artwork for Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen by Aquatic Flowers - Tristen
Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen
LP

$21.99

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Released 07/02/2021Catalogue Number

MB043LP

Tristen

Aquatic Flowers

Mama Bird Recording Co.
Album artwork for Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen by Aquatic Flowers - Tristen
Album artwork for Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen by Aquatic Flowers - Tristen
Album artwork for Aquatic Flowers by Tristen
LP

$21.99

Black
Released 07/02/2021Catalogue Number

MB043LP

Nashville singer-songwriter Tristen presents Aquatic Flowers via Mama Bird Recording Co. It is for fans of of Neko case, Jenny Lewis, Cass McCombs, Tennis, Phoebe Bridgers and Caitlin Rose. Her last album received critical acclaim from NPR, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Consequence of Sound, The AV Club, Elle Magazine, and more

From Tristen: “I've always felt that making records was too influenced by commerce and rock and roll mythology to be some kind of luxury PR-worthy experience, and I would trot into expensive studios with my demos and struggle to recreate what I had been feeling months, even years earlier when the songs were written. And then I became a mother. So growing a little person, and then the pandemic hitting, I leaned into the autonomy I had always been working toward, getting to the place where I could write a song and record it in my home studio right away. So much like the painting on the cover--a melancholic, childlike woman in a bathtub--the album was made in these intimate moments of isolation and calm.”