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After hearing her stunningly gorgeous fifth studio album, you might wonder if Kemado Records regrets dropping Marissa Nadler following 2009’s Little Hells. From the opening fairytale folk of “In Your Lair, Bear” to the dreamy lullaby closer “Daisy, Where Did You Go?,” these songs are Nadler’s most seasoned recordings to date. The album was funded by a Kickstarter campaign, produced by Brian McTear, and released on Nadler’s own Box of Cedar imprint. Even when the songs feature bass, percussion, vibes, and synthesizers, a feeling of sparse beauty pervades. With Nadler's voice at the forefront, songs like the wintry “Alabaster Queen” and the autumnally rootsy “The Sun Always Reminds Me of You” recall some of the more sublime moments from Hope Sandoval’s 2001 solo album, Bavarian Fruit Bread. But the standout song “Baby I Will Leave You in the Morning” elevates Nadler into the next level of her musical growth. Her gossamer vocals hover over the band with a ghostly presence while adding to the overall chemistry.

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My most anticipated album all year.

I've been waiting more impatiently than a child four days before Christmas for his album. Seriously, I'm not going to buy this thing on iTunes, but I do have the vinyl hardcopy waiting for me at the record store. "The Sun Always Reminds Me of You" = Best song of the year (or maybe since River of Dirt).




Marissa Nadler returns with eerie songs that remind her last albums, she offers a new musical progress compared to her previous work, but no musical innovation as such. What makes this album worthwhile is the quality that Marissa has a songwriter, this album is full of beautiful lyrics which together with her great vocal performance make this album a magical and captivating gem. You just need to hear songs like "In your lair, Bear", "In a magazine", or the masterpiece "Puppet master" to fall in love with this album and as Marissa Nadler said "It's the most honest, natural record I've ever written" and it is


Born: April 5, 1981 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

American singer/songwriter Marissa Nadler blends the traditions of folk, Americana, and dream pop into a musical atmosphere all her own. Raised in a small town in Massachusetts, Nadler took to painting first, a passion she continues to indulge, but a love for music drove her to become a proficient guitarist and songwriter. Nadler's compositions sound otherworldly, even timeless. She has released five full-length albums, including Ballads of Living and Dying (2004, Eclipse), The Saga of Mayflower...
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