Rodes Rollins is back with more of her dusty spellbinding, smoky enchanting music on Wes Come Back. As desolate tumbleweeds roll by, dreamy psychedelic mirages shimmer in the distance. The Boulder, Colorado native, who now resides in both NY and LA, endows her alt rock flavored charmer with a spaghetti western twang, giving us a unique storybook concoction that feels ghostly yet muggy and provocative. I’m transported into a Tarantino film, minus all the violence and with all of their nostalgic beauty. Wes Come Back features drums by Electric Guest’s Matthew Compton, and it tells the story of Wes, Rodes Rollins’ young love who endured a lot of hardship throughout his life. 

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