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Making rock and roll music in Nashville, the mononymous songwriter has established herself as a prolific and introspective musician over the past decade.


Meditations on the human condition — the patterns of behavior we’ve inherited, whether we’re conscious of them or not — and stories of love in all its complicated forms abound on Tristen’s fourth album Aquatic Flowers.


Out June 4th on Mama Bird Recording Co., Aquatic Flowers brims with incisive pop-folk tracks ruminating on the ways we attempt to feel in control in a chaotic world, the past that informs us, and how to let go in order to grow.