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"[Her music] is surprisingly stunning and intimate, something you would expect to hear from a veteran artist. Watch out for this band."” - Ben Yung

The Revue

"Her music is anything but slow indie folk. On her album, she plays with a slew of other musicians, and the song 'Footsteps' has a funky jazz bassline that paris nicely with her voice. Many different artists and genres influence Lete; she cites Angel Olsen, Mac Demarco, and Father John Misty, but the jazz shines through and makes this experimental indie artist stand apart."” - Tracy Bringhurst

Boise Weekly

"Boundary-pushing singer-songwriter, Ana Lete, wooed those in attendance at the District Coffee House with her heartfelt and intimate indie folk and enchanting vocals."” - Jess Casebeer

Northwest Music Scene

Local indie-folk artist Ana Lete kicked off The Olympic's Treefort lineup on March 21 with a soothing but quietly ominous set. Her wistful tunes, rippling guitar and subdued, plaintive vocals got support from Gavin Peterson's steady drums and Ashton Jenicek's atmospheric synthesizer. ” - Ben Shultz

Boise Weekly

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