Elisabeth Pixley-Fink is an Ann Arbor-based indie folk singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. Heartbreaking and heart-making, her distinctive songwriting voice hits you in the chest with guts, trust and hunger. Heartskin, her upcoming full-length album, combines delicate folk and bratty garage rock and was recorded on tape in Detroit and Kalamazoo, Michigan, and mixed by Tim Carr (Perfume Genius, Hand Habits). Raised by a musicologist and a math professor in Kalamazoo, she also has musical ties to Portland, OR and Mexico City, and loves tiny bouquets, buttondowns, and queer futurism.
Photo credit: John Hanson