Peggy Honeywell, Peach and Yellow Skies, Room 205
Room 205 has released the final installment of its episodes with Peggy Honeywell, featuring the elegant, minimalist songs of elusive folk chanteuse Clare Rojas. Check out her performance of "Peach and Yellow Skies" in the video below!
Peggy Honeywell is the musical alter-ego of visual artist Clare Rojas, whose artwork is featured in a new collaborative series of products from Incase. Born in Philadelphia, Penn., in 1999, Peggy is a self-taught guitar and banjo player who draws inspiration from proto-folk and bluegrass/country artists like Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn and Roy Orbison. Peggy Honeywell has released four albums, two of which can be found on the highly esteemed Galaxia label out of San Francisco, Calif.
Incase for Clare Rojas is a capsule collection for Apple device users featuring the work of an exceptional, multifaceted artist. As an illustrator, painter, musician and writer, Clare Rojas has thoughtfully woven an intricate multimedia world. Learn more at: goincase.com/clarerojas/
Working in collaboration with visiting musicians and a revolving cast of filmmakers, set designers, audio engineers and friends, Room 205 exists to share our collective passion for art and music and showcase the people that inspire us. The next Room 205 episode with I Break Horses will launch in September 2012.
For more information, visit goincase.com/room205.