11 Songs, 34 Minutes


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7 Ratings

7 Ratings

trompe le monde ,

A Treasure at the End of the World

As the world sinks deeper into moral bankruptcy and shallowness, Karen Peris and The Innocence Mission stand as an artistic beacon of beauty, thoughtfulness and dignity. I'd like to imagine some amazing event wherein the vapid nature of society changes and artists like this are held in high esteem. Ain't gonna happen.

Neonchasm ,


There's something about each new IM release... the voice, the subtly, the exquisite sparse arrangements... See You Tomorrow is SO good. There is a movement here in Don & Karen's guitar & piano arrangements. There is also a haunting sound very present on a lot of these songs. This really is their best since Birds of My Neighborhood and Befriended. Since then, they've further streamlined their sound but I think here, they've now mastered that sound.

Five Minute Music Reviews ,

Their Best Album in Decades

The Innocence Mission has been releasing great albums for 30+ years, but this new album is one of their best. Probably their best album since Birds of My Neighborhood. Haunting melodies. Gorgeous guitar/piano interplay. Powerful lyrics about the wonder of life. Highly recommended.

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