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Like I Used To

Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen

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Get out the cinemascope, hit the lights and roll out the red carpet: Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen will take care of the rest. For this magical pop song, gilded and shining like a diamond, these two American queens of the indie scene, with a (more or less) folk vibe, join forces and pool their lyrical talents. With perfect production from the unmissable John Congleton, Like I Used To is one of those timeless vintage singles that owes as much to sugary sixties girl-group pop as to the silky ballads of the Nashville Sound, or even slightly lounge-inflected pop songs. This duo-for-a-day, eloquent but never overbearing, offer up guitars and piano woven into a fine filigree of the sort that Richard Hawley might have made. Champagne! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Sharon Van Etten, Composer, MainArtist - Angel Olsen, Composer, MainArtist - John Congleton, Producer - Wixen Music Publishing, Inc, MusicPublisher - Paperweight Music, MusicPublisher - Horus Elder, MusicPublisher

2021 Jagjaguwar 2021 Jagjaguwar

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Get out the cinemascope, hit the lights and roll out the red carpet: Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen will take care of the rest. For this magical pop song, gilded and shining like a diamond, these two American queens of the indie scene, with a (more or less) folk vibe, join forces and pool their lyrical talents. With perfect production from the unmissable John Congleton, Like I Used To is one of those timeless vintage singles that owes as much to sugary sixties girl-group pop as to the silky ballads of the Nashville Sound, or even slightly lounge-inflected pop songs. This duo-for-a-day, eloquent but never overbearing, offer up guitars and piano woven into a fine filigree of the sort that Richard Hawley might have made. Champagne! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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