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The Weather Station

The Weather Station

Paradise Of Bachelors

Oct 10, 2017 The Weather Station Bookmark and Share

Tamara Lindeman’s decision to make the latest Weather Station album a self-titled one speaks volumes about the musical material within. Four albums in, The Weather Station reveals an artist in full bloom, as Lindeman has pruned her process to move beyond the beautiful, confessional style of critically acclaimed albums past to create an elaborate, holistic statement that honors the complexity of the artist who created it. Lyrically, Lindeman finds the freedom to celebrate intimacy and lament distance, acknowledge beauty and trace old scars-all enmeshed in a wild bouquet of musical varietals from sparse solo piano to pulsing near-rock rhythms and guitar lines. The Weather Station inhabits the intersection of personal and polished like few albums can. (

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