11 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s nothing in music quite like Hope Sandoval and Colm O’Ciosoig’s psychedelic slow dances and desert folk lullabies. “Salt of the Sea” and “The Peasant” epitomize the duo's achingly narcotic feel, but Sandoval’s inimitable allure hits full bloom on the Kurt Vile duet “Let Me Get There,” a cyclical lovelorn groove that we wish would never end.

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s nothing in music quite like Hope Sandoval and Colm O’Ciosoig’s psychedelic slow dances and desert folk lullabies. “Salt of the Sea” and “The Peasant” epitomize the duo's achingly narcotic feel, but Sandoval’s inimitable allure hits full bloom on the Kurt Vile duet “Let Me Get There,” a cyclical lovelorn groove that we wish would never end.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
49 Ratings
49 Ratings
monty5 ,

Flawless

Hope Sandoval is one of the greatest voices in the music world. Seductive, moving and haunting... I dare you to turn away.

SeasonsOfYourDay ,

Masterpiece (as usual)

Hope Sandoval cannot do wrong. Her voice is absolutely divine in this record, and I'm blown away that so many years after the mesmerizing "So Tonight That I Might See", her voice has only improved extensively. The harmonies, instrumentals, and heights she takes her voice to are a clear evolution beyond the previous two Warm Inventions albums. Possibly my favorite of the three. This and "Joanne" are, without a doubt, my two favorite albums of 2016 by a long shot.

Addictsurreal ,

Wonderful

Hope Sandoval is so awesome

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