Artist A.O. Gerber, former singer and songwriter of the New York-based collective, Little Sur, has returned to her native West Coast with a new solo-project: a six-track EP titled, Fathers.
Written mostly in Bennington, Vermont, Fathers is an investigation of identity and selfhood, exploring the often fraught relationships that shape us and the actual and metaphorical fathers that raise us. Gerber recorded, produced and mixed the EP herself.
About the album cover: Samuel Burhoe is an artist working in books, installation, and performance. He researches ritual practice, particularly as it relates to community, sacredness, and death. He attended Bennington College in Vermont and is currently baking bread in New Hampshire.
You can also stream the EP here.