Remind me tomorrow is the fifth album from Sharon Van Etten, arriving five years after Are We There. The intervening years have seen great transformation: Van Etten completed studies in psychology, became a parent, acted in series The OA, and also played a parallel universe version of herself as a musician on the third season of Twin Peaks. Growth, transition and exploration are all reflected in the new album. For one, the sound palette has changed, largely leaving guitars for more electronic elements and synth melodies. The haunting song Jupiter 4 is even named for the keyboard that imbues the album with so much atmosphere and texture. Van Etten's peerless storytelling remains the same however, a constant in a record that embraces so much flux, and leaves the listener changed as well.
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Remind Me Tomorrow
Sharon Van Etten