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First Listen: Sarah Louise, 'Deeper Woods'

The fingerpicking guitarist honors the soft landscape and vivid detail of forests, embedding meticulous guitar compositions in lush arrangements.

For as long as humans have roamed the earth, forests have captivated a special slice of our collective human imagination. From hot, wet jungles to dry, snowy taigas, forests are sites of refuge, mystery and abundance.

It's understandable, then, that guitarist Henson shares in that fascination. She's based near, Henson honors both sides of this staggering beauty as she embeds meticulous guitar compositions in lush arrangements.

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