Heather Woods Broderick has been a peripheral member of the big-and-bold singer-songwriter scene for quite awhile now, touring with Sharon Van Etten and playing alongside groups like Horse Feathers and Efterklang. She released a solo record, Glider, last week and back in June we heard one of its first singles, “Mama Shelter.” It’s a sparse, shudder-inducing song that relies more on Broderick’s remarkable raspy harmonies than on instrumentation. Now, Broderick’s released an Andrew Gallo-directed video for the single. The video is the first in a series that Gallo’s put together of amateur dancers responding to music they’re completely unfamiliar with. Watch below.
Glider is out now via Western Vinyl.