Notable for albums and singles such as, respectively, Castle of Ghosts (2010) and "The Fate That Never Favored Us" (2015), this indie folk rock singer is recognized for his haunting, melancholic vocals.
He released his first album, Golden Like a New Thing, in 2008.
Much of his work was produced on the Hidden Shoal Recordings label.
Born Kramies Windt to a Dutch-American family, he spent his youth in Cleveland, Ohio, and later lived and worked in Denver, Colorado.
He collaborated with indie rock singer Jason Lytle (of Grandaddy) on the acclaimed EP The Wooden Heart.