Lenore. is a dark planet with twin satellites of
ethereal voices orbiting around it.
— Vortex Magazine

The coming together of Rebecca Marie Miller & Joy Pearson as Portland, Oregon folk outfit, Lenore., is serendipitous, to say the least.
After individually hitting rock bottom — Pearson following a divorce & Miller after a period of destitution in LA — the pair
separately turned to songwriting in the search for a still point in their turning worlds.

After years of lending their abilities to other projects, including Saddle Creek’s The Mynabirds & Portland’s High Water Jazz Band, they finally
found themselves spinning on the same axis when a chance meeting through a mutual friend, Pokey LaFarge, sparked an immediate connection.
A drunken night ensued & before they’d even scoped each other’s material, they had committed.

Now, two years since that fateful evening & Lenore. can boast having performed at legendary PNW venues including Mississippi Studios,
Aladdin Theater & Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, as well as the Sunset Tavern, Triple Door & Tractor Tavern in Seattle.
They've opened for Eric Bachmann, Laura Gibson, Blitzen Trapper, Gomez, Olivia Chaney, The Mynabirds & they've shared the stage with
Peter Buck (R.E.M.), NPR's 2016 Tiny Desk Contest winner, Gaelynn Lee & Chris Funk & Jenny Conlee of The Decemberists.

Since forming Lenore., Miller & Pearson have gained full-time collaborators in seasoned Portland musicians
Edward Cameron (classical guitar) & Jessie Dettwiler (cello), who have contributed significantly to
the evolution of Lenore.'s sound — a dreamy melancholic blend of harmony-driven folk with an ever-present sense of hope.
More recently, Lenore. welcomed Austin Christ (bass guitar) to their musical family & they are often joined by Daniel Hunt (drums). 

Lenore. released their debut self-titled album produced by John Askew on 9/15/2017  —  it's available everywhere you find your music...