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Sharon Van Etten has finished recording her fourth album, Are We There? and it is due for release in May 2014. Expect more grooves, and R&B and soul influenced tracks.

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Track list:


“Nothing will Change”
“Your Love Is Killing Me”
"You Know Me Well"
"Pay My Debts"
"Afraid of Nothing"
"Break Me"

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  • February 25, 2014 at 5:17 pm

    Release date and track list announced.

    01 Afraid of Nothing
    02 Taking Chances
    03 Your Love Is Killing Me
    04 Our Love
    05 Tarifa
    06 I Love You But I’m Lost
    07 You Know Me Well
    08 Break Me
    09 Nothing Will Change
    10 I Know
    11 Every Time the Sun Comes Up

    Out May 27.


  • @landerskij Level 2
    May 3, 2014 at 8:45 am

    It has leaked on rutracker.


  • @theo4213 Level 1
    May 6, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    It has leaked on Mp3oob.


  • @korova Level 3
    May 15, 2014 at 1:35 pm



  • @ratatoskr Level 5
    August 12, 2014 at 12:51 am

    “Tramp” might be my favorite album for sentimental reasons since it was then that I discovered the beauty of her music.
    But the truth is it’s impossible to tell which record is better. I love them both for different reasons and songs.


  • @kahht Level 1
    August 28, 2014 at 12:38 am

    So great, here’s a review I wrote for FFWD weekly: Are We There, the newest album by Sharon Van Etten, is a remarkable glimpse into this singer-songwriter’s soul. With an intense emotional power in the lyrics, backed up by an enveloping musical sound, Van Etten really proves her musical prowess with this self-produced album.

    Van Etten’s voice covers a broad range, belting out words of love, loss, devotion and struggle. The entire album feels very intimate, like someone is whispering her deepest secrets into your ear.

    Alongside rich guitar and piano, she uses lo-fi drum machines and omnichord, giving her indie folk style a unique feel. Though each song commonly uses only two instruments on top of vocals, the richness is incredible.

    Sometimes the album drifts through a haunted house of unrequited dreams. Other songs feel like lonely walks in setting suns. The most moving song, “Your Love is Killing Me,” swells with amazing depths of emotional states — it’s certainly one to put on repeat.

    Every song is so beautiful and different, with a common thread of multifaceted love, along with the enveloping sounds to keep the album cohesive — a treat for fans and new listeners alike.


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