Rachel spends the majority of her time as one of the lead singers and songwriters for acclaimed folk-pop band, Twisted Pine. They released their debut eponymous album on Signature Sounds (Lake Street Dive, Crooked Still, Josh Ritter), and will soon be releasing an EP of covers with the label in the summer of 2018. On their self-titled album, her songwriting can be heard in the emotionally charged "Easton" and the country-cabaret lilt of love & deceit, “Lose My Love.” Her song, "Bank Man Blues," beautifully recalls a true, heart-wrenching tale of her family's evection during the housing market crisis. Collaboration with mandolin player Dan Bui on the opening track "Hold On Me" earned a nod from NPR's Heavy Rotation:The Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing segment while the fire-filled, "When I Called Your Name," continues to be featured on prominent Spotify roots playlists. Buy the album here!



Rachel's frequent collaborations have taken shape in the form of full & part-time bands, as well as one-offs and semi-annual projects. Click on each photo to learn more about each venture.



Aurora Birch - Brightness 2017
Clarinet - track 5
Flute - tracks 6, 9, & 10

Sam Moss - Neon 2018
Low Harmonies