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Sera Cahoone comes out from behind the kit

Let it not be said that Sera Cahoone moves quickly. The former Carissa’s Wierd and Band of Horses drummer’s upcoming “Deer Creek Canyon,” named for her childhood home in Colorado, is her first album since 2008 and only her third since her ’05 solo debut. But that fits the eagerly anticipated release (out Sept. 25 on Sub Pop), a low-key but lovely collection of liquid indie-folk gems that take their time to gradually seep in but get absorbed deep when they do. It’s poised to take Cahoone to the next level, no matter how long it’s taken her.

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