Jenny Ritter - Wolf Wife

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A music video, or a National Film Board documentary? Wandering the Canadian coastal wilderness, Jenny finds something, or someone unexpected.

Ritter's inaugural official music video, filmed on Mayne Island, BC by Obscurior (with members of City of Glass). Full album available Sept. 4. 2015 on bandcamp/itunes/cdbaby for more info

Video by Obscurior

banjo/vocals - Jenny Ritter
electric guitar - Ryan Boeur
fiddle/vocals - Elise Boeur
fiddle - Adam Iredale-Gray
bass - Zoe Guigueno
drums/pedal steel - Lucas Goetz


Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Jenny Ritter plays timeless, rustic Americana music, and her new clip for "Wolf Wife" complements the tone nicely.

The song is a tuneful, sensitive folk rock song that's flecked with with banjo, pedal steel and fiddle, and it features the lovely refrain, "There I things I do in dreams I would never do in life." In the accompanying clip, Ritter walks into the wilderness with her banjo on her back. She ends up following a vision deep into the forest, where she builds a campfire and becomes one with the landscape.

Ritter's album Raised by Wolves will be out on September 4 through Fiddle Head Records.
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