We just keep getting more and more excited for the upcoming debut album from Detroit's Anna Burch. Her latest single from it, "Tea-Soaked Letter," is a bit more pop leaning than "Asking 4 a Friend," but in the best possible way. It's pop in the way mid-90's alternative bands were pop. The guitar is a sun soaked haze of just enough fuzz, but the real star of the track is Burch's vocals. She doesn't have a traditionally beautiful voice, instead it's interesting along the lines of Liz Phair and Juliana Hatfield. "Tea-Soaked Letter" is a perfect nugget of alternative pop perfection. You can watch the video for "Tea-Soaked Letter" below. Anna Burch's debut album, Quit the Curse, will be out March 2 on Polyvinyl. You can pr-order a copy here. For more on Anna Burch, follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
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