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Transporting

This is the happy middle ground between Beth Orton and Fiona Apple. Lyrics that speak to experience and a composition style that is not overly wrapped in its own artistic vision. This is Jessica Lea Mayfield, the beauty of her art lies in its sincere humility couched in its own unique blend of acoustic guitar and bass cello.

truly amazing music

I just saw her open for lucero and was moved like i hadn't been in quite a while. i went straight home and found and purchased this EP. its amazing. you will not be disappointed.

Sweetly soulful

I love this album. Its great for just hangin out; very chill music. The song "White Lies" pulls at me from a deep place. Very honest soulful music. Love Love Love!!

Biography

Born: August 27, 1989 in Kent, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A folk-influenced songwriter from Kent, Ohio, Jessica Lea Mayfield began performing with her family's bluegrass band, One Way Rider, at the age of eight. She started writing her own music three years later, often accompanying her older brother at open-mike performances in the Ohio area before landing a weekly solo gig at a local bar. At 15 years old, Mayfield took to her brother's bedroom to record a batch of her own acoustic songs, which ran the gamut from raw, aggressive folk...
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