Abby Jeanne has been an artist her entire life. While growing up in Milwaukee, WI, she was indoctrinated into the arts via a public art schooling experiment in the 90s. As a pre-teen, she was socially adopted by a Rock N Roll cafe cult, where she wrote music, painted, and started her deep infatuation with records, especially 60s pop and underground soul/rock n’ roll via the haunted jukebox that lived there. A series of family tragedies, including the loss of her sister, left Abby living in a car with her guitar, which led to her traveling overseas and carving out a music career for herself.
Through it all, she is currently a New York City-based multimedia artist who has built a name for herself through not only her music, but her visual art and event throwing. After years of hustling to create DIY releases, including five 45s, Abby Jeanne is here today with a brand new single titled “That’s Where We Are”. This is the first release from Abby Jeanne on Philadelphia’s Eraserhood Sound, and features the label’s signature in-house analog synth and soul production. “That’s Where We Are” is a true sonic journey, drawing influence from funk, soul, retro pop, and psychedelia. This song has it all, with its shimmering harmonies, playful percussion, and a badass groove the Isley Brothers would approve of. According to Abby, it is her most ambitious composition to date. When you listen to the song, it is clear that Abby Jeanne has reached new heights at her craft, as you’ll be listening to this infectious single over and over again. Keep your eyes on Abby Jeanne in the coming year, as “That’s Where We Are” is just the beginning of a new phase of her exciting, one-of-a-kind artistic career.