Brooklyn native Henry Crawford started Small Wonder as an electronic side project, but the moniker eventually evolved to encompass all his musical output. Father/Daughter just reissued Wendy, Crawford’s meditation on the uncomfortable experience of coming of age inspired loosely by the Peter Pan narrative. Album highlight “Clearly Again” frames those concerns in a fragile yet expansive indie-rock ballad that ought to resonate with fans of Mutual Benefit, Badly Drawn Boy (that whistling!) or Father/Daughter labelmates Flagland. Listen and enjoy below.


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  1. YES!!! So glad to see Small Wonder on Stereogum. Wendy is in my top 5 albums of the year so far. I’m not really sure why you’re calling it a premier though, the albums been out for a while.

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