After a brief time living in "the Music City", Lockhart began to experience a longing for her home and space to explore her creativity, so, she packed up her things and headed south to Florence, Alabama with renewed purpose. After moving back, she dug deep into her roots and invested in her local music community by establishing a house show movement called CO-OP, and found her own unique voice in the process–a sound she channeled into her new her first proper EP, Interlaced.
Recorded in the harrowed Smoakstack Studios in Nashville, Interlaced was truly a collaborative effort–Lockhart’s fiancé and several friends wrote with her, her brother contributed the hand-drawn artwork that graces the cover of the project, and she partnered with good friend and singer-songwriter Quinn Erwin to release the EP through his new artist development conglomerate Waterman Creative.
The album is Lockhart’s reflection on the outside strands that have threaded together to make her unique–or better yet, the strands that bind us all to our family, our friends, and our homes. It represents the culmination of years of writing, working, and growing up for Lockhart as she has sought to find her own artistic voice.