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Angel Olsen Announces New Album 'All Mirrors', Shares Video For Title Track

Tuesday, 30 July 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Cameron McCool

A new Angel Olsen album will arrive this autumn.

'All Mirrors', the follow up to 2016's 'My Woman', is due for release on October 4 through Jagjaguwar. Introducing it online, she said:

"In every way — from the making of it, to the words, to how I feel moving forward, this record is about owning up to your darkest side, finding the capacity for new love, and trusting change even when you feel like a stranger. "

Head below to watch the video for the record's title track, which was directed by Ashley Connor. It's as theatrical as the epic, Kate Bush-esque alt-pop song is dramatic.

Olsen will support the new record with a North American tour later this year and a European trek in early 2020, including UK stops in Bristol, London, Manchester and Glasgow. Tickets for the newly announced UK shows go on sale at 9am on August 2, except the previously confirmed London date that's already on sale.

Angel Olsen Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon February 10 2020 - BRISTOL SWX
Tue February 11 2020 - LONDON Eventim Apollo
Thu February 13 2020 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Fri February 14 2020 - GLASGOW Barrowland

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