Remind Me Tomorrow

AlbumbySharon Van Etten

Released in 2019, 10 tracks, 42 min

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"Remind Me Tomorrow"

Sharon Van Etten’s Successful Drift From Pure Indie Folk Towards Heavier Music

The American Indie-folk musician Sharon Van Etten has recently released her fifth studio album Remind Me Tomorrow on 18th January 2019, five years after her last album was released in 2014. This album is very different from her previous ones in terms of sound as some pop, jazz and rock elements have been added to her traditional indie-folk music style. Rather, some tracks make it sound more like a pop/rock music based album rather than a folk album. This album has been termed as one of her most evolutionary works by some critics. It has been overall intriguing with a sense of maturity being observed in music, vocals and lyrics. Heavy use of drums, electric guitars, synths and other ambient electronic instrumentation has been noticed, that takes the album to a next level as she has worked much on rock-oriented music. The music here is a blend of the traditional indie-folk and new-age rock elements. Some of the tracks are more emotionally appealing, like “Seventeen”, “Jupiter 4” and “Comeback Kid”. The album cover might look messy but is captivating if viewed closely, as it shows a childhood photograph of Van Etten amidst a mess of a child’s bedroom with toys scattered all around. The album is blended with overwhelming emotional feelings that include joys, struggles and anxious moments of life. There have been some Bruce Springsteen and Nick Cave influences observed other than 80s music. The album overall received more or less decent reviews from the music critics. The album was rated 4 out of 5 stars by The Guardian, 3.5 by Chicago Tribune and 8.4 out of 10 on Pitchfork. It received an aggregate score of 86 on Metacritic which is a pretty decent number, with all positive reviews from the professional music critics.

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May 13, 2019

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Released

  • Jan 18, 2019

Genres

  • Alternative/Indie Rock

Label

  • Jagjaguwar

Producer

  • John Congleton

Studio

  • Sargent Recorders
  • Studio 64
  • Elmwood West

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Remind Me Tomorrow is the fifth studio album by the American singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten. It was released on January 18, 2019 on Jagjaguwar. A follow-up to Are We There (2014), the album was written while Van Etten was pregnant with her first child, attending school to obtain a degree in psychology and starring in the Netflix series The OA (2016) and making a cameo in Twin Peaks (2017).
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