Doubt, from The Little Miss, is the best song I’ve heard in a really long time. As a stand alone song it does exactly what a single should do. It makes you hit repeat x repeat x repeat, and then it makes you research the artist and figure out if there is more music to inhale.

This version of 21st Century Americana feels so right. It’s filled a void in my heart that the Black Keys used to fill and it’s sent me on a treasure quest to find all of the classic folk / blues / country references and sounds that are peppered in throughout this music.

If you’d like to hear more from The Little Miss, check out her SoundCloud page more more tracks including this beautiful cover of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire“.


From the artist:

Doubt concerns itself with the intellectual understanding that life’s answers cannot be summoned, but takes note of the relentless desire to still call for said answers. Essentially, it’s about asking questions that you know you will never have an answer for (i.e. “I pray every day and I pray every night, but I’ll never know if I am getting it right. Or will I?”)