That's the song "He War." Love the way the crunchy strummed guitar sounds, and the frantic drumming. She has an evocative voice. I think I'd compare her to Tori Amos sans all the artsy fartsy pretense and obtuse lyrics. A bit more on the folksy side. There is a sneaky emotional pull to this album. Partly because her singing is a bit subdued, like you're just waiting for her to let it rip, but she never does.
"Nothin' up my sleeve. . ." --Bullwinkle J. Moose