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Johanna Warren & Maitland

Johanna Warren (Portland, OR) Maitland (Philadelphia, PA) 🌿 Plant Medicine Tour 🌿 Trans-Pecos $10 Featuring Mother Moon Apothecary https://www.moonmotherapothecary.com/about/ On the record release tour for her new album, "Gemini II," out February 16 on Spirit House Records, Portland singer-songwriter Johanna Warren is teaming up with friend Josh Hines, aka Maitland, to share herbal medicine and sound healing, and to highlight the work of local herbalists and farmers in every city they visit.  "The spirit that animates much of Warren's music and philosophy [is] an enduring belief that we can be better, despite the hurt and despair we put each other and ourselves through." - NPR "A luminous folk fantasia that’s really quite beautiful" - Stereogum One of “4 Singer-Songwriters You Need to Know” – Rolling Stone Magazine “Like the moon and stars in the sky that never fail to impress with their brightness no matter how well we have their movements mapped out, Warren’s music has the power to also shine through predictability” - Paste “Perfect for woodland wanderings, summer storms, or midnight crystal scrying.perfect for woodland wanderings, summer storms, or midnight crystal scrying.” – Pam Grossman, Phantasmaphile “Like [Elliott] Smith, she’s interested in the depths of human relationships and the forces that can poison them unseen. She doesn’t lament the dissolution of romances and friendships, but attacks it like a puzzle.” –Consequence of Sound “…hauntingly sorrowful and beautifully optimistic” – Guild Guitars

Johanna Warren (Portland, OR)
Maitland (Philadelphia, PA)
🌿 Plant Medicine Tour 🌿

Trans-Pecos
$10

Featuring Mother Moon Apothecary
https://www.moonmotherapothecary.com/about/

On the record release tour for her new album, "Gemini II," out February 16 on Spirit House Records, Portland singer-songwriter Johanna Warren is teaming up with friend Josh Hines, aka Maitland, to share herbal medicine and sound healing, and to highlight the work of local herbalists and farmers in every city they visit. 


"The spirit that animates much of Warren's music and philosophy [is] an enduring belief that we can be better, despite the hurt and despair we put each other and ourselves through." - NPR

"A luminous folk fantasia that’s really quite beautiful" - Stereogum

One of “4 Singer-Songwriters You Need to Know” – Rolling Stone Magazine

“Like the moon and stars in the sky that never fail to impress with their brightness no matter how well we have their movements mapped out, Warren’s music has the power to also shine through predictability” - Paste

“Perfect for woodland wanderings, summer storms, or midnight crystal scrying.perfect for woodland wanderings, summer storms, or midnight crystal scrying.” – Pam Grossman, Phantasmaphile

“Like [Elliott] Smith, she’s interested in the depths of human relationships and the forces that can poison them unseen. She doesn’t lament the dissolution of romances and friendships, but attacks it like a puzzle.” –Consequence of Sound

“…hauntingly sorrowful and beautifully optimistic” – Guild Guitars