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|1.||"Camera's Rolling" (4:44)|
|2.||"Broken Sleep" (4:55)|
|3.||"Island Of Doom" (5:26)|
|2.||"Can't Be" (3:26)|
|3.||"Promise Keeper" (2:28)|
|4.||"Parliament Of Owls" (4:28)|
|5.||"Won't You Call Me" (4:06)|
You can't help but be impressed by the trajectory evident in Agnes Obel's work since she first stopped us dead in tracks on 2010's debut, "Philharmonics". Instrumentally, she's still a maestro capable of grabbing you by the tear ducts with stunning, graceful melodies. But lyrically, she might be on course to becoming one of the most expressive we've got. And that's something to treasure. "Myopia" doesn't feel celebratory, mind. In fact anything but. It's an atmospherically dark, nocturnal journey into equally dark themes, told with nighttime language. From asking corpses what the other side is like, ahead of their physical bodies being lowered into the lightless ground ("Island Of Doom"), to the pain and frustrations of insomnia (the appropriately-named "Broken Sleep"), it's not an album that will ready you for the arrival of spring, but it's easy to find yourself falling for its understated melancholia.