Heather Woods Broderick Paints A Portrait Of Solitude With 'Invitation'

When Broderick moved from Brooklyn to rural Oregon, she encountered a sense of isolation and impermanence. Her latest album, Invitation, is a portrait of that upheaval.
Heather Woods Broderick's Invitation is out now. Source: Whit Hassett

needed a change. After more than seven years of living on the road, backing up artists like , Broderick moved from Brooklyn to aout now, is a musical portrait of that upheaval.

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