Delicate. Raw. Unapologetic. South African born singer-songwriter Jeri Silverman crafts soul-stirring melodies with a percussive folk pop edge. Swapping seascapes for skyscrapers of New York City, the concrete sidewalks emboldened her to pick up a guitar and write music.
Honing her craft at famous venues like The Bitter End and Rockwood Music Hall, she penned and perfected the songs that would become her debut EP Leaflike, released in 2014. Praised as “a minor masterpiece in miniature” (indiemunity), the EP received airplay across 111 stations in the US and has been featured in films, documentaries and international commercials.
In 2018, She returned home to launch her latest album, Dear Life. Produced by Katie Buchanan in New York City, the 12-track record delivers an exquisitely unique blend of folk-pop with electronic soundscapes, captivating vocals and eclectic beats. With influences such as Ani DiFranco, Bjork, Ben Howard and Fleetwood Mac, the album is an ethereal collection of songs that explore the interplay between darkness and light.