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Album Review

Katie Herzig skipped past her folk singer/songwriter beginnings with 2011's The Waking Sleep, moving into a dream pop arena full of synths, loops, and beats, and with Walk Through Walls, she expands things even more in the atmospheric, confessional dream pop direction, coming up with a multi-layered sound that is as carefully textured, challenging, and complex as it is accessible in a contemporary world, which might explain why so many of her tracks end up in commercials and on the soundtracks to films and television shows.

Customer Reviews

Lovely production values

Such a deliciously dreamy sound, with so many layers. It's obvious that every song was meticulously crafted. Album is very solid and cohesive! Please purchase and fall in love with her music!!

Awesome Album

katie's always been my favourite singer. been waited 3 years for this new album. As a fan, i must buy it. and she doesn't let us down like always, i love her music. SUPPORT U TILL THE END.

Never disappoints

I saw Katie perform some of these songs live in Phoenix. Great collection of songs. It makes me sad that she isn't more popular. True artist. Catch her on tour if you can. The album live will blow your mind!


Born: California

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Katie Herzig struck out on her own after eight years as the frontwoman for Newcomers Home. Herzig was no stranger to the solo game, having released her first solo album, Watch Them Fall, in 2004, so it was no surprise when, following the dissolution of Newcomers Home in 2006, Herzig put together a second album, Weightless, which was released that summer. Comprised of quirky, heartfelt songs that nodded to twangy, warm-voiced artists like Devon Sproule and Neko Case, the album generated quite a bit...
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