For her first album, Suz expanded on an idea she had. She used to make albums of lullabies for her friends baby showers. They were so popular among her friends, she decided to go into a studio and record some. Now, I know what you're thinking about an album of lullabies. Kids' music usually sucks enough. Lullabies are the worst. But Watching the Nighttime Come isn't just xylophones and hushed singing. It's regular music that just happens to be really mellow. You can listen to it at work without worrying about it being overheard. Plus, it's really, really great.
To "pre-order" Watching the Nighttime Come for yourself, a sleep-deprived parent, or anyone else that likes good music, check out Suz's PledgeMusic page. For more info on David Wax Museum, including dates such as Suz's album release show at Club Passim in Cambridge on February 14, check out their website.