Release date: Mar 18, 2022
Expected to ship: Spring
Maggie Gently (she/her) is a San Francisco-based indie songwriter with a fondness for wild schemes and intimate gestures. Maggie is a queer woman whose identity is important to her and the community she creates and participates in.
Maggie Gently’s music is melody-driven and heartfelt — a big-city indie rock fascination with an unmistakable emo accent. Her songs are about how making decisions for your own mental health can feel like a matter of survival. Peppermint peers around the edges of trauma for a new glimpse at what growth could look like. With songs about eternal questions of commitment and love and the terrifying possibility of being vulnerable and known, this album is about trusting something enough to let yourself get swept away. The nine songs that make up Peppermint reinforce empowering truths that can be hard to internalize or say out loud.
Maggie Gently’s music is inspired by bands like Snail Mail and Lala Lala, Tancred, and Clairo. Maggie also finds inspiration in Meg Hayertz’ “Make It, Mean It” tarot-focused guided meditations, lesbian romance novels, and the Enneagram.
Peppermint was recorded by Grace Coleman at El Studio in San Francisco and Brian Ishiba in Los Angeles, and mixed and mastered by Grace Coleman. The album was produced by Eva Treadway (Pllush, The She’s), who also played lead guitar. Joey Grabmeier (Joy Weather, Maggie’s brother) played drums on the album, and Sinclair Riley (Pllush, The She’s) played bass.
All songs written by Maggie Grabmeier. Peppermint was recorded by Grace Coleman at El Studio in San Francisco and Brian Ishiba in Los Angeles, and mixed and mastered by Grace Coleman. The album was produced by Eva Treadway.
Maggie Grabmeier, she/her - vocals, guitar (all songs)
Eva Treadway, she/her - lead guitar (all songs)
Sinclair Riley, she/her - bass (all songs)
Joey Grabmeier, he/him - drums (all songs)
Ramona Sharples, she/her - synth (Dear You)
Brian Ishiba, he/him - synth (About Leaving)
Special thanks to Ramona, Joey, Brian, Grace, Eva, Sinclair, Britt, Toni, and dad and mom
- Hold My Hand
- Don't Have Time
- About Leaving
- My Favorite Song
- That Noise
- Dear You
100 - Peppermint
200 - Olive Green