S.G. Goodman

Rolling Stone called Kentucky native S.G. Goodman an “untamed rock n roll truth-teller.” Her debut album, Old Time Feeling, finds her gritty, haunting vocals narrating the dual perspectives of her upbringing as the daughter of a crop farmer, and a queer woman coming out in a rural town. Her new release, Teeth Marks, brings to life 11 powerful vignettes examining the way love between communities, families, and even one’s self can be influenced by trauma that lingers in the body. It’s about what love actually is, love’s psychological and physical imprint, its light, and its darkness. The love we have or don’t have for each other, and perhaps, more significantly, the love we have or don’t have for ourselves.