|Labels||Greater Than Collective, Xtra Mile Recordings, Grand Jury|
Patterson began her career in the band Paper Bird. In 2012, Patterson began her solo career, releasing her first full-length album titled All Princes, I. In 2015, Patterson released her second full-length album titled Woman to Woman. In 2016, Patterson released her third full-length album titled We Were Wild. In late 2016, Patterson released a split 7-inch with William Elliott Whitmore. Patterson released her latest record in 2020 titled There Will Come Soft Rains.
- All Princes, I (2012)
- Woman to Woman (2015)
- We Were Wild (2016)
- There Will Come Soft Rains (2020)
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