Waxahatchee (USA)

Over the years, twin sisters, Katie and Allison Crutchfield, have been inseparable friends, and co-composers involved in several music projects. But at the beginning of 2011 musicians faced a few life choices, which resulted in creating two solo projects – since then, Allison has been performing under her own name, and Katie has been performing as Waxahatcheen – the name that comes from Creek language.

Katie`s debut album was mostly acclaimed among niche music enthusiasts, who take delight in sound referring to Lo-fi music genre. But „Cerulean Salt” album, released in 2013, turned out to be a roaring success. The Line of Best Fit website said about the album: intimate nature of the album emphasizes its reality, its characters are also real. Moreover, Pitchfork magazine honoured the album with a title Best New Music. The latest album, „Ivy Trip”, succeeded again, and hit the top of various music overviews run by the likes of the Rolling Stone magazine, Stereogum or the A.V. Club. Waxahatchee has also appealed to „the Walking Dead” producers, who turned out to be its fans. In the 4th season, 13th episode, Beth sung for Daryl her own interpretation of the „Be Good” song.