By Miles Raymer
February 06, 2015 at 10:03 PM EST

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Singer-songwriter Lindsey Cohen’s debut EP, Grace Under Pressure, presented the then-18-year-old as a crafter of complex pop songs, someone people could confidently call the next Fiona Apple. Her latest EP, Distance Makes Me Sensitive (out April 21 on Sony RED), takes a heavier approach. Its latest single, “Call My Name,” revolves around a crunchy blues riff that leans more in the direction of The White Stripes and Black Keys and a bridge that offsets its heft with an unexpected buoyancy.  

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