After that debut VanWyck launched a year-long project called One Song A Week, writing and releasing new songs almost every week. Some of those releases were studio recordings with a full band, some came from live shows, some were shot as videos and others were sung in kitchens.
The result of that year is 'An Average Woman', Van Wyck's first solo album on which she explores the space between the mystic and the mundane. She’s accompanied by the award-winning bass player and arranger Reyer Zwart, and singer Marjolein van der Klauw, whose silvery voice is the perfect counterbalance to VanWyck’s own darker tones.
'An Average Woman' is about women who are visible and hidden, sacrificing and selfish, ordinary and magical, obligated and free. It's about the mysteries lurking in the everyday. It's about creating your own universe and your own sense of belonging - and stumbling along the way. In this debut album, VanWyck is an average woman who's anything but.