10 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Karen Elson’s songs feel like the soundtrack to an unearthed photograph: weathered, mysterious, textured by time. Her second album—following a seven-year break—is a lush mix of psychedelia and folk, with hints of windswept country (“A Million Stars”) and orchestral grandeur (“Call Your Name”). Elson’s guests (Laura Marling, Father John Misty, and The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney, to name a few) are impressive company to keep, but never overwhelm Elson’s penetrating yet ethereal presence.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Karen Elson’s songs feel like the soundtrack to an unearthed photograph: weathered, mysterious, textured by time. Her second album—following a seven-year break—is a lush mix of psychedelia and folk, with hints of windswept country (“A Million Stars”) and orchestral grandeur (“Call Your Name”). Elson’s guests (Laura Marling, Father John Misty, and The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney, to name a few) are impressive company to keep, but never overwhelm Elson’s penetrating yet ethereal presence.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

SlayerofSlugs ,

CBS

Heard her this morning and knew I had to buy the album. So glad I did.

Follow Blake ,

CBS this AM

Elson and the band did a terrific job this morning. It was a sincere sound ,unheard today, with such melodies and strong vocals and harmonies.

Nice way to start the day.

pezlopee ,

My new favorite album!

I've always loved Karen Elson's music! Got to see her live recently on 04/04/17 for this album's release party and I was blown away by her voice and talent! Love these new songs! Can't wait to hear more music from her in the future...

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