Having been hard at work on their debut EP, Atlanta's Southern gothic quintet Women's Work will support Denver-based neo-folk O.G. Wovenhand at the Earl tonight. "Well Wisher," a teaser track recently released by the band, is a restless lament that starts off in an unassuming place, tiny and somewhat fragile with a subtle hint at inner strength. Vocalist Lindsey Harbour sings forlorn lyrics ("To know you is to know you're never coming back") pairing Nick Cave's grimly cinematic delivery with Jana Hunter's vulnerable strength. Rather than swinging in and out of verse-chorus-verse-chorus, the song seems to tick away at what's suppressing its emotional depth. Verses evolve into sections of ominous tones and deep chords before erupting into a towering chorus of scarred melody and disparate beauty.
Wovenhand, Wrekmeister Harmonies and Women's Work play the Earl tonight (Wed., April 17). $10-$12. 8:30 p.m
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That was January of 2007, and they are 21 now, so I'm guessing 14?