Singer-songwriter and guitarist Julie Byrne gets around: She grew up in Buffalo and at 18 moved to Chicago and then to Seattle with stops in Pittsburgh, Northampton, Mass., New Orleans and Lawrence, Kan.—plus plenty of time performing on the road crisscrossing the country—before landing in Brooklyn last year. Who knows how long her NYC stay will last, but Byrne’s made time to work as a seasonal park ranger in Central Park when she’s not touring. Byrne (above, playing “Natural Blue” for the Line of Best Fit) returned home—not just to Buffalo, but to the house she was raised in—to record the follow-up to her terrific psych- and folk-filled debut, 2014’s Rooms with Walls and Windows (stream it below), which earned her frequent comparisons to Joni Mitchell. Not Even Happiness, which Stereogum calls “a top-shelf winter album,” arrives tomorrow on Ba Da Bing. “We can think of few better ways to treat your mind and soul than with Not Even Happiness,” according to NME. Decide for yourself tomorrow night at Rough Trade NYC. Infinity’s Song and Suno Deko open the show.