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Remind Me Tomorrow

Sharon Van Etten

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発売日

2019年01月18日

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CD

構成数

1

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Jagjaguwar

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JAGCD331

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  • Rolling Stone - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Her fantastic new album, REMIND ME TOMORROW, ups her ambitions even further, pushing toward a grand, smoldering vision of pop that can bring to mind Lana Del Rey and St. Vincent..." Spin - "Great moments happen when the writing and production work together..." NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The New Jersey songwriter flips the script with an electrifying pop album with plenty of heart." Clash (Magazine) - "[The] newfound adventurousness bleeds into the album's wider sound, most obviously in her willingness to dabble with some pretty prominent electronics."

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オリジナル盤発売日:2019年

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構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 00:41:12

Audio Mixer: John Congleton. Recording information: Elmwood West; Sargent Recorders; Studio 64. Photographer: Rob Houston. For a decade, Sharon Van Etten specialized in understatement. From her 2009 debut Because I Was in Love through 2014's Are We There, she mined the tension generated by murmuring instrumentation clashing with her passionate delivery, a balance that proved quietly compelling. Van Etten maintains that sense of drama on Remind Me Tomorrow, her fifth full-length album, but she's radically shifted her presentation. Working with producer John Congleton, she's expanded her sonic palette, incorporating vintage synthesizers and drum loops while occasionally cranking up her amplifiers. Some of the sounds are conscious throwbacks, but they don't play like retro nostalgia, not in the context of Remind Me Tomorrow, which juxtaposes fearless aural adventure with keenly observed observations of easing into a satisfied life. This contrast generates a similar emotional pull to the quieter Tramp, yet the effect is more enveloping since Remind Me Tomorrow constantly changes its tone and perspective. The stately "I Told You Everything" gives way to the coiled nocturnal throb of "No One's Easy to Love," "Comeback Kid" shimmers with dark New Wave sensuality, and "Seventeen" uncovers the melancholy that lies in boundless freedom. Each song is constructed like a short story and is given a distinct feel, but they're held together by Van Etten's subdued fearlessness. Throughout Remind Me Tomorrow, she plumbs the depths of contentedness, setting her satisfaction to a sound that's nominally dark yet strangely comforting and nourishing. Even if this album doesn't speak to your specific life, it will nevertheless enrich it. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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    No One's Easy to Love

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