Jen Wood performing in 2006.
|Birth name||Jennifer Wood|
|Born||1976 (age 42–43)|
Seattle, Washington, US
|Labels||New Granada Records|
|Associated acts||Tattle Tale|
The Postal Service
In 1992, at the age of fifteen, Wood formed Tattle Tale with school friend Madigan Shive. The band released two albums, Tattle Tale in 1993 and Sew True in 1995. Their song "Glass Vase Cello Case" featured in the 1999 film But I'm a Cheerleader by Jamie Babbit.
After recording Getting Past the Static, she moved back to Seattle.
In 2002, she appeared as a guest vocalist on the collaborative effort The Postal Service, providing the female vocals for the duet "Nothing Better". On July 18, 2013, she performed this song live for the first time at the KeyArena with The Postal Service. She has also collaborated vocally with The Black Heart Procession and Joan of Arc, to name a few.
Her second full-length album, Finds You in Love (New Granada Records) was released on September 14, 2010 to critical acclaim.
On October 14, 2014, Wood released her third full-length album, Wilderness.
- 1993: Tattle Tale (with Tattle Tale)
- 1995: Sew True (with Tattle Tale)
- 1996: No More Wading
- 1997: Getting Past the Static (1997)
- 2000: This Uncontainable Light (EP)
- 2002: Traveling through Roots
- 2003: Jen Wood (EP)
- 2010: Finds You in Love
- 2014: Wilderness
- Tree Southern Polyvinyl Sampler: "Imperfect"
- Post-Marked Stamps Compilation: "Sheltering Arms for the Birds"
- Try For Summer, Plan For Fall: "Circus"
- New Atmosphere for the Future: U.S. Pop Life, Volume 3: "Underestimation"
- Zum Audio Volume 2: "Believe Her"