Edan Archer is a Gainesville, Florida native and Nashville lurker. Her fingerpicking, electric guitar, and dulcimer combine with her moonshine-and-honey voice to break new ground in the Americana and alt-country genre.  Her debut EP “Cruel Mother” was released in 2016 and was co-produced by Archer and Fernando Perdomo (Jakob Dylan, Emitt Rhodes), “Cruel Mother” was named one of the Best Songs of 2016 by Miami New Times. In 2017 she was one of only 6 artists in the country chosen by SouthWest airlines to participate in their national Live @35 series, wherein she performed on a flight at 35,000 feet. She and the program were featured in Billboard magazine, which identified Archer as one of “the most promising musical acts” from across the country and compared her to Margot Price. Archer has officially showcased at Stagecoach, Americanafest, SXSW, and Canadian Music Week and has shared the stage with other notables in the genre.

Archer is releasing her full length album Journey Proud on August 2nd. The first single “Bad Imitation of Something Good” appeared in Rolling Stone Country and American Songwriter, and the second single and video premiered on Parade Magazine. Journey Proud, a collection of 10 songs recorded in Brooklyn and Nashville, were all written by Edan and touch on themes of love, loneliness, death, and drinking. It is set to be a staple for Americana and Alt-Country fans everywhere.