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Digital Subscriptions > Curve > Aug/Sep2017 > THE ONLY WAY AROUND IS THROUGH


It’s not a breakup album, but Sera Cahoone’s new album still delivers heartache and self-discovery.



As evidenced by her new album, From Where I Started, singer-songwriter Sera Cahoone is intent upon carving out a place for herself in the world. She grew up in Littleton, Colo., playing drums in high school, before skipping out to Seattle when she was 21. There, she immersed herself in the artist’s life— working at a snowboard shop and a coffee house while finding her footing in the music scene. A stint in the indie rock band Carissa’s Wierd led to a run with Band of Horses, which led to a deal with Sub Pop Records, who released her first three solo albums: Sera Cahoone (2006), Only As the Day Is Long (2007), and Dear Creek Canyon (2012).

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This is our Love issue, and inside we celebrate many formal expressions of love and commitment from diverse couples in different locations. We also remind readers to safeguard their health—sexual, psychological, and physical—which still needs to be maintained even within a committed relationship. Love isn’t as random as Cupid’s arrow. Getting it and keeping it need to be worked at. Decades of activism and visibility gave us the right to formalize our romantic unions—and vigilance will give us the right keep it.