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|3.||"Faith Healer" (2:53)|
|4.||"Relative Fiction" (4:18)|
|5.||"Crying Wolf" (3:30)|
|3.||"Song In E" (2:40)|
|5.||"Highlight Reel" (3:36)|
Despite her personal challenges, it's safe to say that Julien Baker sounds like a decent person. The sort of artist whose bandmates and peers have observed distributing gig riders among local homeless people. A musician who isn't afraid to not only put it all out for us to see, but swing the spotlight round to fully focus on and analyse herself, in public.
That's certainly the overriding feeling you get from Little Oblivions, her latest long form outing. Themes of guilt, elusive redemption, personal inconsistencies and failings are constant, as if we're being asked if we can tolerate these traits and behaviours before signing up to the fan club. Musically, it's just as memorable, Baker - largely known for her pared back approach to country-infused indie folk rock - has put everything into this, switching gears to focus on louder, larger, more complicated arrangements, and pulling it off with aplomb.
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