A year ago, Jenn Wasner left her native Baltimore and started anew in Durham, North Carolina. She left the place she grew up, her family, and a community - where she started Wye Oak with Andy Stack - that shaped and loved her. On If You See Me, Say Yes, you can feel the intensity of this moment and it's one we can all relate to - when you're poised on the precipice, diving into the new while looking back at what you left behind. So many of these new songs are built around these ecstatic moments when it feels like something is spilling open, or breaking through. Across all of her projects Jenn balances experimentation with craft, unafraid to be vulnerable - from 10+ years co-creating the novel, guitar-driven Wye Oak repertoire (including 2016's surprise-released Tween), to purposefully putting out several 2-at-a-time 7 inches as Flock of Dimes, or exploring electronic textures as Dungeonesse. Wasner wrote, performed, and self-produced the record, with help from frequent collaborators Mickey Freeland in Baltimore and Aaron Roche in NYC.