“[‘All Mirrors’ is] a more theatrical, melodramatic presentation. Her power is there, but coated in swelling synths that convey terror just on the horizon.”
The New York Times
"[All Mirrors] promises to be her farthest-reaching work yet.”
“‘All Mirrors’... immediately sounds bigger than anything she’s done before. Initial listens will leave you overwhelmed by the string arrangement: an ominous, heroic swell over a synthy pulse, the troubled waters that connect the song’s two parts.”
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Angel Olsen has today released new album 'All Mirrors' a bold, yet vulnerable body of work via Jagjaguar (Secretly Canadian). In every way, All Mirrors is “about owning up to your darkest side, finding the capacity for new love and trusting change.”
In creating All Mirrors, Olsen found a new sound and voice, a blast of fury mixed with hard won self-acceptance. Throughout, she takes an introspective deep dive towards internal destinations and revelations. Seemingly simple, cooed phrases expand into massive ideas about the inability to love and universal loneliness. And then suddenly — huge string arrangements and bellowing synth swells emerge, propelling the apocalyptic tenor. Produced by Olsen and John Congleton, All Mirrors features arrangements by Bischoff, multi-instrumentalist/arranger/pre-producer Babbitt, and a 14-piece orchestra.