L.A.-based folk musician Kayla Cohen has released a new album called “Spring” through her “musical identity” of Itasca. The album is out now via Paradise of Bachelors and features contributions from James Elkington and Chris Cohen, along with members of Bitchin’ Bajas, Gun Outfit and Sun Araw.
Cohen wrote the album while on a two-month stay at a century-old adobe house in rural New Mexico. Hushed and meditative, “Spring” ruminates on place, solitude and nature, and it’s anchored by acoustic strumming with occasional touches of strings and piano. Cohen is joined by Sun Araw and DJ Olgaa to celebrate this collection of dreamy, lonely, loveliness.