The Wilco frontman introduces his new solo record with a melancholy single.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
A second stunning offering from Van Etten’s upcoming album, Remind Me Tomorrow.
The Atlanta festival also promises Incubus, Tears For Fears, Interpol, Foals, Father John Misty, Dashboard Confessional, and Sharon Van Etten.
It takes a certain type of extrovert to perform in front of thousands every night, so it should be no surprise that some of your favorite artists go all out for Halloween.
For Van Etten, the clip illustrates “struggles of self, forgiveness, and living in the now.”
Coming in support of her upcoming album, Remind Me Tomorrow.
Metallica, Paul McCartney, and Travis Scott Deliver a Dynamic Weekend: Austin City Limits 2018 Festival Review
There was something for everyone this year at Austin’s namesake festival.
Plus, Sharon Van Etten, Arctic Monkeys, St. Vincent, Noname, and many more.
Sharon Van Etten, St. Vincent, and Joe Strummer also highlight this week’s playlist.
Produced by John Congleton and featuring members of Xiu Xiu, Midlake, Warpaint, Atoms for Peace, and The Last Shadow Puppets.
It’s going to be a great January for Sharonistas.
Marissa Nadler and Sharon Van Etten unveil collaborative video for “I Can’t Listen to Gene Clark Anymore”: Watch
Ahead of Nadler’s forthcoming album, For My Crimes.