Half Waif – Cary

Earlier this year, we introduced Half Waif, the solo project of Pinegrove’s Nandi Rose Plunkett. She released via Cascine a beautiful EP called form/a and recently penned an essay, Don’t Call Me the Girl in the Band, on sexism in the music industry that is definitely worth a read.

Now Plunkett has returned with a new single, Cary, which serves as introduction to So Many Singing, a compilation hosted by Ruination Record Co. in support of immigrant rights (something that is inflaming the political debate here in Italy too). The record will be released on July 7th on digital + limited edition cassette (pre-order available here), with all proceeds going to the International Refugee Assistance Project, a New York City based non-profit that mobilizes legal aid and systemic policy advocacy to serve refugees and other displaced persons across the world. So buying this album will give you the chance to do good to others and also, judging by the artists enlisted for this project (Half Waif, Cassandra Jenkins, Obody, Ratboys, Will Stratton, Simon Joyner, Pavo Pavo, LVL UP to name a few), to listen to some terrific new stuff.

Almost forgot: Cary is a great song, with its hazy and widened soundscape that perfectly matches the confident and unafraid vocals. Listen below.

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