The album explores themes of vulnerability, betrayal and hope. Englenz cries out to the lonely and the lost, opening portals for the passage of grief as well as reassurances that we are not alone.
“Sometimes it can feel like you’re damaged, defective, not worth being seen,” she says. “We all have these stories.”
A fast-rising fixture of the East Nashville music scene where she now lives, Kristen was born in Texas and raised in Georgia. Englenz frequently performs at Nashville venues The 5 Spot, The Basement, and The Bowery Vault, as well as at famed Eddie’s Attic in her hometown of Decatur, Georgia. She has played live on Opryland radio, WSM AM, and has been a featured guest on several Americana radio stations including WMOT, WMFU and NolaCounty.
Englenz has opened for and shared the stage with the Blind Boys of Alabama along with other Americana artists.
Englenz was recently signed by Atlanta, Georgia-based indie label, Saturn 5 Records.