Burn Your Fire For No Witness

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With Burn Your Fire for No Witness, Olsen expanded in all directions, fully reaching the depth of expression hinted at on her last album while still lingering in the restlessness and searching feelings that make all of her work so captivating. Production work from John Congelton adds a different dimension to Olsen's sound, and many of the songs are bolstered with tasteful playing from drummer Josh Jaeger and bassist Stewart Bronaugh, as well as touches of organ, piano, and other various supportive sounds. More than anything, however, the heightened production and instrumentation just help to show how much Olsen's songs have grown and how confident she's become as a performer, even in the space of one album. While still bearing some similarities to Roy Orbison or lesser-known mid-'90s indie singer Edith Frost, Olsen's voice feels more fearlessly her own here, stepping out of the muted shadows to bellow and wail like some wild hybrid of PJ Harvey and Emmylou Harris on a rocking track like "Forgiven/Forgotten" or the more country-seeped "Hi-Five."


Unfucktheworld
Forgiven/Forgotten
Hi-Five
White Fire
High & Wild
Lights Out
Stars
Iota
Dance Slow Decades
Enemy
Windows
Format: LP
Label: Jagjaguwar
Catalogue numbers: JAG244

Companies:
Phonographic Copyright (p)-Jagjaguwar
Copyright (c)-Jagjaguwar
Recorded At-Echo Mountain Recording
Mastered At-Salt Mastering

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-6 56605 22441 1
Barcode-656605224411
Label Code-LC 29277
Matrix / Runout-JAG 244 A
Matrix / Runout-JAG 244 B Salt
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



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