H.C. McEntire :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

On her second solo album Eno Axis, North Carolina's H.C. McEntire sounds at peace. With her band luxuriating in gospel, soul, and country grooves behind her, her voice hovers above the down-home mix, buoyed by contentment. Inspired by time spent sinking into domestic routines and the blooming of a new relationship, the record feels like a cool breeze in this fiery summer. "I felt really centered in my body," she says. "I was anchored down, I was in a great spiritual place. Everything about this record felt—I don’t want to say easy—but it had . . .

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