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Mountain Man's Alexandra
Sauser-Monnig brought her solo project, Daughter of Swords, to the Paste Studio Austin live from the Riverview Bungalows during SXSW. She performed three songs: "Gem," the first music released from the debut Daughter of Swords album, due later this year on Nonesuch Records; "Grasses," another of her songs; and the shape-note tune "What Wondrous Love Is This." She also talks a bit about the tarot-card origins of the band name and working with producer Nick Sanborn of Sylvan Esso on the forthcoming album. You can watch the session at Top40-Charts.com!
The studio track "Gem" can be downloaded on iTunes now and heard on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube, all here.
Mountain Man was in the Austin area to perform songs from its new album, Magic Ship, at NPR Music's SXSW Tiny Desk Family Hour, Willie Nelson's Luck Reunion, and South x San José.