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    Jessica Lea Mayfield's "Tell Me" Now Streaming in Full at RollingStone.com

    Jessica Lea Mayfield's Nonesuch debut album, Tell Me, produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, is due out this Tuesday, February 8. Before then, you can listen to the album in its entirety now at RollingStone.com, which recently compared Mayfield's music to "the anything-goes alternative country of Neko Case and Wilco," naming her a Band to Watch.

    In a new album review, the magazine gives Tell Me three-and-a-half stars. "At 21, Mayfield looks like an ingénue but sings like a worldly-wise veteran," writes reviewer Jody Rosen, who concludes that "the most compelling sound on Tell Me is Mayfield's languid drawl." Read the review and listen to the complete album at rollingstone.com.

    There are just a few days left to pre-order Tell Me here in the Nonesuch Store to receive an exclusive signed 7” of the album’s first single, “Our Hearts Are Wrong.” Orders also include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album plus a live version of the opening track, "One You Want Someday," as an exclusive bonus download, starting release day. To reserve your copy now, click here.

    Jessica Lea Mayfield launches a ten-day, nine-city tour with Justin Townes Earle at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, tonight. Mayfield then joins up with the Avett Brothers for a few dates before launching her headlining tour in March. For more information, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Jessica Lea Mayfield's "Tell Me" Now Streaming in Full at RollingStone.com

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Jessica Lea Mayfield's new album, Tell Me, produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, is due out this Tuesday. You can listen to the album in its entirety now at RollingStone.com. "At 21, Mayfield looks like an ingénue but sings like a worldly-wise veteran," says the magazine. Pre-order in the Nonesuch Store with an exclusive signed 7” of the album’s first single, “Our Hearts Are Wrong.” Mayfield launches a ten-day tour with Justin Townes Earle tonight.

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Jessica Lea Mayfield's Nonesuch debut album, Tell Me, produced by The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, is due out this Tuesday, February 8. Before then, you can listen to the album in its entirety now at RollingStone.com, which recently compared Mayfield's music to "the anything-goes alternative country of Neko Case and Wilco," naming her a Band to Watch.

In a new album review, the magazine gives Tell Me three-and-a-half stars. "At 21, Mayfield looks like an ingénue but sings like a worldly-wise veteran," writes reviewer Jody Rosen, who concludes that "the most compelling sound on Tell Me is Mayfield's languid drawl." Read the review and listen to the complete album at rollingstone.com.

There are just a few days left to pre-order Tell Me here in the Nonesuch Store to receive an exclusive signed 7” of the album’s first single, “Our Hearts Are Wrong.” Orders also include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album plus a live version of the opening track, "One You Want Someday," as an exclusive bonus download, starting release day. To reserve your copy now, click here.

Jessica Lea Mayfield launches a ten-day, nine-city tour with Justin Townes Earle at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, tonight. Mayfield then joins up with the Avett Brothers for a few dates before launching her headlining tour in March. For more information, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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