Elder Sister Plum is a queer folk musician and songwriter based out of Victoria, BC.
"Swashbuckling folk lullabies and musical ghost stories"
Elder Sister Plum's tunes go down smooth like a good whiskey. With just her voice and an acoustic guitar or piano, Plum delivers wistful melancholy ballads followed by groovy top-tapping tunes, moving into sombre hair-raising stories of sailors lost at sea. After traveling and performing throughout Canada for many years, Plum has settled in Victoria, B.C., where she recently released her fifth album, At The Edge Of The Woods. Plum continues to write and perform regularly in and around the city.
Drawing from personal reflection as well as a love of folklore and myth, Elder Sister Plum's swashbuckling folk lullabies offer a treat for every listener.
- At The Edge Of The Woods September 2016 Second full length album, featuring cello, classical guitar, and intricate vocal harmonies. Haunting folk music.
- Living Rooms July 2016 A collection of recordings made in various living rooms, in different times and different places. Bare bones acoustic.
- Ghost Stories Volume II April 2016 Four song EP, all instrumental electronic music.
- Ghost Stories February 2015
Four song EP including drum loops and synth pads, exploring a darker more electronic sound inspired by winter storms.
- People Like Us July 2013
Debut full length studio album. Gentle, full band folk music.