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by StitchCraft

A powerful mix of freak folk, gypsy jazz, Latin fusion, bluegrass and atmospheric indie rock that leaves you buzzing.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Long Rivers
7:37 $0.99
2. Grandfather's Eyes
4:58 $0.99
3. This House
5:42 $0.99
4. Courage
3:13 $0.99
5. Sophia
5:58 $0.99
6. Other Side
4:41 $0.99
7. Into It All
3:43 $0.99
8. Missing Love
5:32 $0.99
9. The Sea Is My Man
4:08 $0.99
10. Over You
3:28 $0.99
11. Wake Up
5:11 $0.99
12. Like Butter
3:54 $0.99
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Album Notes
This is StitchCraft's first album. StitchCraft's NEW ALBUM, Through the Hoolaboo, can be purchased at

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StitchCraft charting new territory and turning heads as they take their eclectic sounds and rhythms to new levels.

StitchCraft is a musical duo with Heather Normandale on guitar and mandolin and Anna Perlmutter on fiddle.

Originally from Sarasota, Florida, these musicians currently reside in San Francisco, California, expanding their lineup and repertoire and charting new territory yet still holding onto their Florida roots.

Combining guitar, mandolin, fiddle, accordion, spontaneous percussion, and weaving vocals, the group's enchanting sounds cover a varied spectrum of influences into a whole new and as yet unnamed genre.

Through their lulling songstress counterpoint and captivating parables, their colorful poetry pulls in a wide range of audiences and reveals the connections they spark in each other on stage.

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Never too late to discover beautiful sounds.
Met Heather and Anna at their friend's wedding where they provided atmospheric accompaniment to the ceremony. Their tunes pulled all the parts of the event together so nicely. Like a dunce I asked if they played together often. . .then they told me about their duo. Jonatha Brooke and Jennifer Kimball can eat their own hearts out because Stitchcraft leaves all those earlier duos in their wake. Amy and Emily? Mere amateurs by comparison. Can't wait to hear what they come up with next!


liked mine so much bought another CD for friend
I heard Stitchcraft at the Stephen Foster Folk Festival, White Springs, FL. I liked them so much that I bought their CD at the festival. A friend of mine heard the CD and liked it so much that I bought her a Stitchcraft CD for Christmas.

CD Baby

This bright and clever album shakes through friendly, sweet and modern bluegrass fronted by crystal clear female vocals. Along with the usual sweet curl of a standard bluegrass sound- that ringing mandolin, warm guitar and crying fiddle- Stichcraft brings in an extra bit of playfulness and spark to a genre that has seen an incredible amount of attention in the last few years. Weaving in some hearty, singer/songwriter folk feel, their self-titled album is wholesome and grounded, accessible and contemporary while still appealing to the bluegrass purist. A delightful album.

Jane Reilly

Beautiful music with gypsy soul and thoughtful lyrics, this CD makes me smile.


In their self-titled album, if you listen very intently, the wide and diverse range of Stitchcraft's influences is apparent. Unlikek other reviewers, I would not hasten to list bluegrass as one of their main sources, not with their songs laden with Flamenco guitar, traditional Brazilian and west coast South American melodies, haunting freak-folk vocal harmonies, and lyrics describing Irish heritage, banyan trees, and the tide. These Florida girls sure are a blend of many sources. However, when you sit down and listen to this album completely, their style is so crisp and defined that where their inspirations lie and what genre they fit into become moot points behind the overwhelming newness and pleasant feel of their style. What they have done is made a sound so so clean and well-assembled that it stands on it's own. Finding what brought Stitchcraft to their current status is an interesting and diverse journey, sure, but purists of any musical persuasion will realize that where they have arrived is a damn good place to bask in the sun.


This CD kicks ass. Buy it now.


I'm absolutely blown away by the talent displayed in this CD! The girls voices are amazing together~and combined with the effortless way they make their instruments dance with life, this is definitely one of the best CD's I could ever own. I recommend it 110%!!!!


damn! they're gooood!
Heard you at Bazaar Cafe in S.F. & right away fell in love with your music! Thanks for such spirited beauty!


Sweet and Saucy
One of the great surprise albums of my life so far. Unbelievably well done music giving away these gals' love with what they do. Their range is highlighted in the contrasting tango-spice of Sophia and ballad-sweet of The Sea Is My Man. Other highlights are the opener, Wake Up (rhythmic harmonic poetry), and Over You, but there's not a bad piece on the album.

David Bavas

Always wanting more.
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