BLACK VINYL LP.
"Sarah Beth Tomberlin’s debut album traces the hole left by the loss of her faith, filling it in with wave-like acoustic phrases and a sharp-eyed attention to everyday details. You might say that At Weddings is a testament to the sanctity of the everyday. On it, Tomberlin memorializes the overcoming of obstacles—like having to get out of bed, or do homework when your heart is hurting—that could be passed off as trivial, but, compounded, make surviving each day feel like a small miracle. No incident is too minor to be picked up by her perceptive pen. Tomberlin zeroes in on feeling remorse for taking God’s name in vain, hunting for meaning in the way a partner says her name—the way the tiniest of remarks can destabilize you."