Indie musician and singer-songwriter Caitlin Jemma speaks for the multitudes on her celestial disco-folk album, True Meaning, recently released on American Standard Time Records. Conjuring the soulfulness of Norah Jones, the melancholy of Joni Mitchell, and the lyric-bending bewitchment of Bonnie Raitt, Jemma takes listeners on an atmospheric journey from heartbreak to hope. Jemma’s vulnerable-yet-spirited sound explores the full emotional spectrum of being human, while posing the age-old philosophical question: “What is the true meaning of life?” Her sound is an inviting mix of Joni Mitchell’s poetic wistfulness with the hearts and rainbows flare of summertime soul. In Caitlin Jemma you’ll see an artist coming into her own after years of building a life for herself with every scrap of talent and charisma she has. Her latest album gives her growing audience a pleasant and reassuring cup of cosmic tea to drink and enjoy. Opportunity feels right at her fingertips, and like the hardtack women before her from her hometown of Virginia City, NV, Jemma just “wants to put a little mark on this planet” with her own two hands, albeit with her pen, paper, guitar and big family band.