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Angel Olsen announces new album, All Mirrors, shares title track: Stream

Plus, she's added more dates to her upcoming world tour

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Angel Olsen’s All Mirrors album artwork, photo by Cameron McCool
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    Angel Olsen has promised to debut “a brand new live show” during her North American tour this fall. Now we know what those concerts will consist of: Olsen’s new studio album, All Mirrors, which officially arrives October 4th.

    Due out via Jagjaguwar, the record serves as her fourth to date and follow-up to the exceptional My Woman from 2016. It’s billed as the singer-songwriter’s “most vulnerable” offering, with Olsen digging into the shadows of her being to expound on ideas about loneliness and the inability to love.

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    “In every way — from the making of it, to the words, to how I feel moving forward, this record is about owning up to your darkest side,” she commented in a statement, “finding the capacity for new love and trusting change even when you feel like a stranger.”

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    The theme of change, and the acceptance of it, played an especially important role when it came to the creation of All Mirrors. As the story goes, Olsen originally set out to release two different versions of the album.

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    The first was envisioned as a “raw” solo collection produced by Michael Harris. The other rendition, meanwhile, was fleshed out with the help of a 14-piece orchestra, arranger Jherek Bischoff, multi-instrumentalist Ben Babbitt, and past collaborative producer John Congleton.

    However, as Olsen went about the recording process, she realized she “needed to separate these two records and release All Mirrors in its heaviest form,” explaining,

    “It was impossible for me to deny how powerful and surprising the songs had become. The truth is that I may have never allowed this much sonic change in the first place had I not already made an account of the same songs in their purest form.”

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    To tease All Mirrors, Olsen is sharing the title track, a single that deals with the concept of perception. “I chose this one as the title because I liked the theme: the theme of how we are all mirrors to and for each other,” remarked Olsen. “Even if that is not all of it, there is always an element of projection in what we’d like to see in people and scenarios and in the way we see ourselves in those scenarios, with those people.”

    Check out the video below, directed by Ashley Connor and conceived by Olsen herself.

    Pre-orders for the new album have begun. Olsen will promote the LP on her upcoming tour schedule, which now includes a fresh 2020 run across Europe. Find tickets to all her shows here.

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    All Mirrors Artwork:

    angel olsen all mirrors album artwork Angel Olsen announces new album, All Mirrors, shares title track: Stream

    All Mirrors Tracklist:
    01. Lark
    02. All Mirrors
    03. Too Easy
    04. New Love Cassette
    05. Spring
    06. What It Is
    07. Impasse
    08. Tonight
    09. Summer
    10. Endgame
    11. Chance

    Angel Olsen 2019-2020 Tour Dates:
    10/30 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes $
    10/31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall $
    11/01 – Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre $
    11/04 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse $
    11/05 – New Orleans, LA @ Civic Theatre $
    11/07 – Austin, TX @ Levitation $
    11/08 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater $
    11/09 – Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion $
    11/10 – Lawrence, KS @ The Granada $
    11/12 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue $
    11/13 – Madison, WI @ The Sylvee $
    11/14 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre $
    11/15 – Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre $
    11/16 – Toronto, ON @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre $
    11/18 – Montreal, QC @ mTelus $
    11/19 – Boston, MA @ Royale $
    11/22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel $
    11/23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel ^
    12/02 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren $
    12/03 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory $
    12/05 – Los Angeles, CA @ Palace Theater $
    12/06 – Los Angeles, CA @ Palace Theater #
    12/07 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater $
    12/09 – Portland, OR @ Roseland $
    12/10 – Vancouver, BC @ The Orpheum Theatre $
    12/11 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre $
    12/13 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot $
    12/14 – Denver, CO @ The Gothic Theatre $
    12/15 – Denver, CO @ The Gothic Theatre $
    01/23 – Lisbon, PT @ Capitolio
    01/24 – Porto, PT @ Hard Club
    01/25 – Madrid, ES @ Sala BUT
    01/26 – Barcelona, ES @ Sala Razzmatazz
    01/28 – Geneva, CH @ Festival Antigel
    01/29 – Munich, DE @ Kammerspiele
    01/30 – Berlin, DE @ Huxleys Neue Welt
    01/31 – Copenhagen, DK @ Vega
    02/01 – Oslo, NO @ Rockefeller
    02/03 – Stockholm, SE @ Vasateatern
    02/04 – Gothenburg, SE @ Pustervik
    02/05 – Hamburg, DE @ Gruenspan
    02/06 – Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
    02/07 – Antwerp, BE @ De Roma
    02/08 – Paris, FR @ La Cigale
    02/10 – Bristol, UK @ SWX
    02/11 – London, UK @ Eventim Apollo
    02/13 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Ritz
    02/14 – Glasgow, UK @ Barrowland Ballroom

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    ^ = w/ Madi Diaz
    # = w/ Rodrigo Amarante

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