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  • Mayfield’s Nonesuch Records debut, Tell Me, was produced and engineered by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who provides backing vocals as well as guitar and drum loops. The New York Times has described her voice as "somewhere between Lucinda Williams’ and Hope Sandoval’s." Rolling Stone likens the album "to the anything-goes alternative country of Neko Case and Wilco." Nonesuch Store orders include the exclusive bonus download "I'll Be the One You Want Someday (Live)."

  • Mayfield’s Nonesuch Records debut, Tell Me, was produced and engineered by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who provides backing vocals as well as guitar and drum loops. The New York Times has described her voice as "somewhere between Lucinda Williams’ and Hope Sandoval’s." NPR says she has "a mature sound that seems evolved beyond her years." This special bundle includes an autographed 7” of the album track “Our Hearts Are Wrong” (with a live version of "Kiss Me Again" on the B-side).

  • Mayfield’s Nonesuch Records debut, Tell Me, was produced and engineered by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who provides backing vocals as well as guitar and drum loops. The New York Times has described her voice as "somewhere between Lucinda Williams’ and Hope Sandoval’s." Rolling Stone likens the album "to the anything-goes alternative country of Neko Case and Wilco." Nonesuch Store orders include the exclusive bonus download "I'll Be the One You Want Someday (Live)."