Confessions without Mercy: Julien Baker Little Oblivions Review

Julien Baker isn’t one to be afraid of her own shadow. After nearly a four year hiatus, her newest album Little Oblivions released February 26 2021 stares right into the darkest parts of herself, each lyric revealing a self-inflicted wound. Baker’s previous albums, Sprained Ankle (2015) and Turn Out the Lights (2017) have mostly layered woodwinds, strings, and vocals on top of her guitar and loop pedal. But this self-produced and self-proclaimed “post rock” album is a new step for the Tennessee singer-songwriter.

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