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Angel Olsen Releases New Single Lark

Thursday, 12 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Cameron McCool

Angel Olsen has shared the opening song of her upcoming album.

With 'All Mirrors' set to arrive on October 4 via Jagjaguwar, the cathartic Lark follows the previously released title track in previewing the record, while the song's video was directed by Ashley Connor and shot in North Carolina's Asheville and Outer Banks. Olsen said:

"Lark is a song that took many years to finish. The disjointed feelings and verses of this song began to make sense as a way for me to exercise a kind of journey through grieving, a kind of personal struggle. The message of the song developed at first from an argument I once had with someone about trust and support.

"Later, I pulled from recurring themes in my life as a musician and as a human that dreams for a living. It’s easy to promise the world to those we love, but what about when our dreams change and values split?"

Olsen will support the follow up to 2016's 'My Woman' with a North American tour this autumn and a European trek in early 2020, including UK shows in Bristol, London, Manchester and Glasgow. Tickets are on sale now.

Angel Olsen Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

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

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