NPR Music has premiered new Fat Possum artist Liz Brasher’s new single “Body of Mine” on NPR Music, featuring the track on this week’s All Songs Considered episode. Nick Loss-Eaton writes, "A Memphian of Dominican descent who grew up singing in Spanish in the church, Brasher synthesizes the sounds of ‘60s garage, girl group sounds, dirty blues, holy roller church music, and Bob Dylan into something completely her own."
Billboard exclusively premieres the music video to "Cold Baby", which journalist Zane Warman calls "an elegant, emotive torch song, Brasher's hollering twang beaming through a cloud-like arrangement of strings and tear-stained guitar strums. "
RJ Frometa of Vents Magazine says, "She has a voice that’ll stop you in your tracks... a deep lounge/soul vibe, reminiscent of Amy Winehouse. "
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Hollie Daugherty at The Revue says, "She is easily one of the most promising figures in American music, so get to know her now."