The Blue Green Red EP is the first studio release from Montreal-based singer-songwriter Rachel Cribby.
The Blue Green Red EP chronicles such themes as self-doubt, heartbreak, and loss masqueraded by major chords and vocal harmonies. This dynamic is perhaps most comfortably at combat in the album's title track, an acoustic ode to loneliness in the city with a tempo that speeds up as the song's desperation grows deeper.
The album was produced in Verdun, Quebec with Felix Brunet and Emilie Gosselin (Barren Acres, the Ruves). The album also features banjo and lap steel from Colin Savoie-Levac (Les Poules à Colin) and mastering from Gino Visconti (Boat Maker).