Shannon Vetter's 'Holding Pattern' Offers Honesty about mental health

John Moore
March 1, 2024
Glide Magazine

On Holding Pattern, the latest from Shannon Vetter, the artist shows a deeply personal set packing the record with songs of lost love and personal addiction, all the while avoiding an all-out tear-in-my-beer soundtrack for a collection of songs that vacillate between deceptively peppy numbers and more somber moments. In doing so, Vetter – a masc-presenting non-binary person – manages to cobble together a record that you keep coming back to, and not solely for moments when you want to feel bummed.

Shannon Vetter performing on stage
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