There’s plenty of growth between the two records, personally and even more so musically, with Olsen making further forays into strings and synths for some truly show-stopping moments – one of which hits you in the first six minutes of the album on opening track Lark. The tenderness that characterised Olsen’s early work is still present too, with Endgame a delicately stirring penultimate track.
On All Mirrors, Olsen surpasses our expectations, producing a record of great emotional depth and soul.
All Mirrors by Angel Olsen is out October 4 via Jagjaguwar.
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