Quinn Marston is an enigmatic 20-year-old singer-songwriter from New York City. She has a voice that ranges from shy slur to sexy shout, recalling both Karen O. and ’50s troubadour Connie Converse, as well as “Guyville”-era Liz Phair. Her lyrics are witty and wise beyond their years, set to grungy melodies that encapsulate a youthful angst. Produced by Tom Beaujour (Nada Surf) and featuring guitar contributions from Tim Foljahn (Two Dollar Guitar, Cat Power), her debut EP “Can You See Me Hear Me Now” is a collection of city songs for modern times. It was released digitally in October via Ernest Jenning Record Co.
||| Download: “Can You See Me Hear Me Now?”
— By Addy Danti
||| Watch: After the jump, Marston’s DIY video for the song (thanks, Bust.com):