From the KEXP Live Room, Frankie Cosmos plays four songs off the new record and talks with DJ Troy Nelson about her prolific writing style, her growing popularity, and getting star-struck.
PHOTO BY elizabeth crook (view set)
written by Isabel Khalili

On her fourth LP, Close It Quietly, Greta Kline of Frankie Cosmos engages with the idea of rebirth and reimagining, never lingering too long on the past. This comes through in her lyrics as well as the swirling instrumental stylings of each brief track, most hovering around 2 minutes. From the KEXP Live Room, Kline plays four songs off the new record and talks with DJ Troy Nelson about her prolific writing style, her growing popularity, and getting star-struck.

Recorded 10/30/2019

  1. So Blue
  2. Windows
  3. A Joke
  4. Rings (On A Tree)

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