Julien Baker releases Little Oblivions

Following her previously released singles ‘Hardline,’ ‘Faith Healer‘ and ‘Favor‘ which features boygenius collaborators Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus – Nashville-based, Memphis-native Julien Baker releases her new album Little Oblivions via Matador Records. Alongside the album, Baker share’s the lyric video for fourth single Heatwave‘.

Julien Baker recently announced her first streamed concert in support of the album, taking place on March 25 at 8PM AEDT. The fully-produced streaming concert will be broadcast from Nashville’s Analog (at Hutton Hotel) via STAGEDAudiotree’s acclaimed virtual concert series. Three screenings will air on March 25 to ensure fans worldwide can tune in during prime time. Tickets start at $15 and are available exclusively at https://audiotree.tv/stream/julienbaker. This Saturday, NPR Music will also host a listening party event at 6AM AEDT via their NPR Music YouTube featuring Julien Baker and special guests Mackenzie Scott (aka Torres) and journalist Jewly Hight in a discussion about the album.

The New York Times included Little Oblivions in their “11 Things To Look Forward to In 2021,” column noting  “How does a songwriter hold on to honest vulnerability as her audience grows….she scales her music up to larger spaces, backed by a full rock band with ringing guitars and forceful drums. But she doesn’t hide behind them; she’s still ruthless and unsparing, particularly about herself.” Rolling Stone said “Little Oblivions’ is not only the most richly produced, pop-aware release of Baker’s career, but also her the most unsparingly honest in its messiness” and Variety stated “While the basics of her autobiographical and cathartic songwriting style remain the same, the arrangements are far more fleshed out with multiple instruments, nearly all of which are played by Baker herself. Without pushing an obvious comparison too far, what Bridgers’ ‘Punisher’ was to 2020, ‘Little Oblivions’ is very likely to be to 2021.”

Stream, order Little Oblivions now. 

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