Erica Mah is a Canadian folk singer based in Whitehorse, Yukon. She is multi-instrumental songwriter whose projects have sharp lyrical focus. Born and raised in Smithers, BC, her songwriting uniquely reflects a quiet, Northern upbringing. Her debut album, "City Serenade" was recorded at the Rogue Studio in Toronto, on the Montreal Jazz Club's old grand piano. HInts of classical piano training blend with old time-waltzes to tell the story of a shifting personal identity as she navigates sprawling Canadian cities. She later released "The Harbour Commission", a collection of songs and illustrations that document industrial shipping ports and waterways on the West Coast and interior Northern, BC. "The Harbour Commission" gained national recognition and was featured on CBC Radio 2's contemporary music program, The Signal.
"Landlocked" is her third full length album. It is a gentle acoustic album, rich with the imagery of life in the Yukon. She plays finger-picked guitar, and is accompanied by her husband, and cellist, Darcy McCord.