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Marissa Nadler Shares New Song I Can't Listen To Gene Clark Anymore Featuring Sharon Van Etten

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Cara Robbins

Marissa Nadler has shared I Can't Listen To Gene Clark Anymore, a collaboration with Sharon Van Etten that serves as the third single from her upcoming album.

With 'For My Crimes' due out on September 28 via Sacred Bones and Bella Union, who also put out her 2016 LP 'Strangers', her latest song follows Blue Vapor and the LP's title track, a collaboration with Angel Olsen. Nadler said:

"With memories, sensory stimuli can animate the inanimate and forever assign meaning to almost anything. For me, this often happens with songs or musicians that have soundtracked a particular time in my life. One glimmer of certain songs can bring me right back to childhood, for instance. This song is about a more recent memory but the emotional time travel is real nonetheless. I think a lot of people can relate to the sentiment expressed in this song regardless of the specificity of the musical reference.

"Or at least that is my hope. For me it’s Gene Clark - for others - someone or something else. But, we’ve all been there. I like to turn those feelings into something beautiful as a way to process them and freeze them forever in time and space." Nadler adds: "I was over the moon to have Sharon Van Etten add vocals to this song. For me, because this is a fairly universal sentiment, I liked the idea of different voices expressing the same emotion. And to have it be one of my favourite singers and songwriters was a very cathartic experience for which I am truly grateful."

Nadler will support the release with a handful of US dates with the Decemberists in early October followed by the European headline shows later in the month.

Marissa Nadler Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon October 29 2018 - MANCHESTER Gullivers
Tue October 30 2018 - LONDON St Matthias Church

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