Through folky twangs and subdued vocals, singer-songwriter Ainsley Farrell surmises the mysterious nature of dreams in “Lady Long Hair.” Drawing influence from powerhouse female vocalists like Aretha Franklin and Big Mama Thornton, Farrell marries the blues with her brand of folk-infused indie pop. Known for drawing inspiration from her dreams and personal inquisitions, Farrell tells the tale of Lady Long Hair; a weathered yet misunderstood women who often appears in her dreams. She tells a story while attempting to interpret it herself, and the result is a dynamic and wistful four-minute devotement that’s beautifully unsettling. Take in Ainsley Farrell’s subconscious musings below.