Lucia Arias wrote Anna Altman’s first album, Freightliner, in a day. Arias turned a moment of vulnerability and loneliness into an album. The duo’s music as a whole is a more autobiographical project than the other projects, like Brooklyn-based band Turnip King, that Arias and her creative partner Christian Billard have been a part of.
Arias talks to femchord about taking on a more active management role in a band, the songs she won’t play live, and where Anna Altman goes from here.
Anna Altman – American Gothic – Freightliner
Anna Altman – The Interview – Freightliner
And the Kids – 2003 – 2003 (Single)
Angel Olsen – Fly on Your Wall – Phases
Spelling – Walk Up to Your House – Pantheon of Me
Torres – Bad Baby Pie – Three Futures
Kelala – Blue Light – Take Me Apart
Gingerlys – See You Cry – Gingerlys
Sassy 009 – Are You Leaving? – Are You Leaving (Single)