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Sharon Van Etten Premieres Black And White Video For New Track Jupiter 4

Tuesday, 27 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Sharon Van Etten has premiered the video for her new track, Jupiter 4.

It's the latest to be shared from her new album, 'Remind Me Tomorrow', which is due for release on January 18 through Jagjaguwar. In stark contrast to previously shared cut Comeback Kid, the song has sinister undertones reminiscent of Chelsea Wolfe and Nick Cave. Atmospheric synths set the melancholic tone for Van Etten's reverb-heavy vocals.

The video is directed by Katherine Dieckmann and with its black and white scheme against the backdrop of a full moon beautifully mirrors the sombre nature of the track.

Van Etten said:

“I had been looking forward to collaborating with Katherine again since finishing our work together on her film [Strange Weather] in 2016. Since wrapping the film, she has not only been a guiding force in my work, but a light and guiding force in my life as well, sharing with me stories of how she and her husband made it work with two kids as artists living in New York and encouraging me to return to my music after my son was born. I asked if she would ever want to make a music video for me.  She asked what the mood would feel like and I simply said 'apocalyptic mom.' And with that - she said ‘Absolutely.'  That's why I love her so much."

Sharon Van Etten Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu March 21 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Mill
Fri March 22 2019 - MANCHESTER Albert Hall
Sat March 23 2019 - DUBLIN Vicar Street
Sun March 24 2019 - GLASGOW St Luke's
Tue March 26 2019 - LONDON Roundhouse
Wed March 27 2019 - BRISTOL SWX Bristol

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