Diane Cluck was among a number of NYC’s anti-folk scene regulars in the early ’00s, which included now-familiar names like Jeffrey Lewis, Regina Spektor, and Kimya Dawson. She went on to release a string of influential solo records through 2006, but has been relatively quiet since then, save for shouts from notable admirers (Laura Marling, Sharon Van Etten, Florence Welch, etc.). Things have been picking up lately, though, with an Ed Askew collaboration we mentioned this fall, a host of live clips gaining traction on YouTube, and now her first full-length album in 7 years. “Sara” — a haunting cut buried in my subconscious since last summer’s demo version — is our first taste of the March-due LP, Boneset. Hear it above.