Watch the The Weather Station stand unfazed against critics in new video for “Thirty”

The Weather Station | photo via artist’s Facebook page

About a month back, Tamara Lindeman, aka The Weather Station, released a new single titled “Thirty” along with news of an upcoming S/T album coming on the October horizons (the 6th to be exact.) Now, in addition to the song, we have a minimalist video as its company.

The video is sans-frill as it focuses on Lindeman through a black and white lens performing “Thirty” before a group of men. Standing in the shadows with furrowed brows and crossed arms, the men seem to be critiquing Lindeman as she’s cast in the vulnerable spotlight. Continue reading →


Listen to The Weather Station’s single “Thirty,” get ready for new self-titled album

The Weather Station | photo courtesy of artist

As a young woman, you quickly learn growing up that turning the big “three-oh” is basically the equivalent to getting the plague. Somehow, some way, you must escape this fate at all costs. Well, unless you’re a young Jennifer Garner character in a spectacular rom-com, that is. A magazine headlining “flirty, thirty, and thriving?” I scoff at such lies.

Canadian singer-songwriter, Tamara Lindeman, does too. She knows the binary routes society has set out for women approaching their third decade of life: “children and suburbia or some sort of cartoonish loneliness.” Working as her project The Weather Station, Lindeman delves into this sexist matter on new single “Thirty,” which will be included on her upcoming self-titled album out on October 6th via Paradise of Bachelors. Continue reading →


Tonight’s Concert Picks: The Weather Station at Johnny Brenda’s, Dogs on Acid at Boot & Saddle, Robyn Hitchcock at Sellersville Theater

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The Weather Station | photo by Yuula Benivolski | courtesy of the artist

Canadian singer-songwriter Tamara Lindeman performs as The Weather Station at Johnny Brenda’s tonight. The band’s third LP Loyalty was released last year via Paradise of Bachelors and was heralded as one of 2015’s best indie folk records, earning a featured spot on David Dye’s World Cafe: Next podcast. Listen to “Way It Is, Way It Could Be” below; tickets and information for the 21+ show can be found here.

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The band that released the best folk album of 2015 is playing Johnny Brenda’s in July

The Weather Station | Photo courtesy of the artist |
The Weather Station | Photo courtesy of the artist |

Fronted by Ontario born singer / songwriter Tamara Lindeman, The Weather Station has made the best indie-folk record of the year so far. Loyalty comes out on May 12th on Paradise of Bachelors Records. It is the band’s third album and you can draw a line from it straight back to Joni Mitchell’s 1972 beauty, For The Roses. It is vulnerable, intimate, alluring and graceful acoustic music, inspired by bluegrass as much by The Books, whose music Lindeman is a fan of. Continue reading →