Late At Night is the second album from rootsy songstress Alanna Gurr (the first was 2011's Horsefeathers), and it is a charming collection of folk meets alt-country songs. Gurr has a warm and sweet vocal style that has elicited comparisons to Laura Marling. Prominent guest harmony vocalists and players augmenting the sound of three piece backing band The Greatest State include Daniel Romano and Jessy Bell Smith. The album was primarily recorded live off the floor, and was mixed by indie rock legend Andy Magoffin. Breezy first single "Golden Coast" is a good place to start exploring this young talent.