2012 album from the Alabama-born and Washington based singer/songwriter. You, Anniversary is the result of a woman who has spent the bulk of her life trying to tell a story well. The title track is based on W.S Merwin's poem, "For The Anniversary of My Death," in which the poet contemplates the fact that he passes the future day of his death each year unaware. Lindsay's song, a duet with Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls, heaves a beautiful portrait of someone awake to her own mortality yet frustrated with death's undermining of what she's built.
Lindsay Fuller's songwriting is timeless, her voice is haunting and urgent and the more I listen the more I want to hear. --Dave Matthews
Lindsay Fuller is one of my favorite songwriters. --Amy Ray (Indigo Girls)
Fuller is a feisty piece of work coming across like a collision between Lucinda Williams and Johnny Cash with Nick Cave as an innocent bystander caught in the chaos. She has a full-bodied, hell-bent approach to her songs. Her lyrics are shot through with images ofhard, violent, southern gothic life while her band are able to capture a ramshackle sixties Dylan groove or burn with a menace. --Americana UK