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Kaycie Satterfield's "Paper Cranes" is a soft, jazzy tune for your summer afternoons





Kaycie Satterfield's "Paper Cranes" is a soft, jazzy tune for your summer afternoons

 "Do you remember when we traded double dutch for pearls / started straightening our curls just to look like all the other girls?" If there are two things Kaycie Satterfield knows how to do, it's how to tell a story, and how to harmonize. "Paper Cranes," the soulful singer-songwriter's newest single is a whimsical ode to girlhood, carefree summers and most importantly, friendship. The song sounds downright pleasant- Satterfield's voice sits atop a beautifully jazzy soundscape of groovy guitars/bass and finger snaps and the chorus of harmonies sounds almost angelic. The Nashville artist will be playing at PIANOS in New York on 9/1. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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