San Francisco-based singer-songwriter Rachel Garlin will be performing at Cambridge’s Club Passim on June 5. The show will be to benefit Mothers Out Front, an activist organization dedicated to creating a sustainable climate, which has an active chapter in Boston.

Garlin’s folk music has been praised for its detailed imagery and storytelling lyrics, which are beautifully showcased on her newest album, “Wink at July,” which was released in April 2015. The album, her fifth release, features both full band songs and Garlin’s solo vocals with acoustic guitar. Garlin was selected as the winner of the Newport Folk Festival Talent Search. She will also be performing songs from her upcoming EP “Hello Again.”

Garlin’s career has reflected her lifelong wish to lend her music to social causes, inspiring her effort to help Mothers Out Front. The organization is made up of mothers and grandmothers who wish to preserve the planet for their children and grandchildren. Garlin is a mother herself.

Don’t miss your chance to watch this talented folk singer.

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Trea Lavery is a Blast correspondent

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