Sharon Van Etten

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Watch Sharon Van Etten’s New Cover of “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?” feat. Josh Homme

By: Staff – Sharon Van Etten and Joshua Homme (Queens of the Stone Age) have collaborated on a cover of Nick Lowe’s “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?,” which premiered last week in Hulu’s new TV series, The Great. Today, they present the song’s video, directed by Matthew Daniel Siskin. Filmed in quarantine, … Continue reading

The National Announce 2020 North American Tour Dates with Lucy Dacus, Julia Jacklin + Sharon Van Etten

By: Staff – The National have announced North American dates to their already extensive 2020 tour. Kicking off at Shelburne, Vermont’s The Green at Shelburne Museum on July 15th, the tour will include openers Lucy Dacus, Julia Jacklin and Sharon Van Etten. Tickets go on sale this Friday, February 21st, at 10:00AM local time, except … Continue reading

Watch Sharon Van Etten’s New Video for “Beaten Down”

By: Staff – Sharon Van Etten is back with a new video for “Beaten Down.” “‘Beaten Down’ is about love, patience and empathy,” says Van Etten. “It’s about making life-changing choices and remaining strong enough to see them through.” Produced by John Congleton, the song opens with dark, minimalistic percussion and Van Etten’s smoldering voice before growing … Continue reading

Photos: Sharon Van Etten, Nilufer Yanya @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Michael Hurcomb –  Brooklyn-based indie rock artist Sharon Van Etten, who released her fifth album, Remind Me Tomorrow, on January 18th, 2019 via Jagjaguwar, which followed up her 2014 album, Are We There, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (Feb. 11th) with London-based indie folk singer-songwriter Nilufer Yanya, who is expected to release her … Continue reading

Album Review: Sharon Van Etten – “Are We There”

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) –       Epics come in all shapes, sizes and moods. Sharon Van Etten’s Are We There, the newest album from the Brooklynite, is a grandiose and sweeping journey through the ruins of a long-demolished romance. The album impresses that Van Etten has made huge leaps as an artist since 2012’s Tramp, and found inner resolve in an … Continue reading

Concert Review: Ottawa Bluesfest 2013 (Day 3) – Sharon Van Etten, Belle and Sebastian, Neko Case + More

By: Scott Penner – When Brooklyn-based indie rocker Sharon Van Etten took to the River Stage for her headlining slot, a dismal crowd, which seemed to have numbered in the hundreds, took in Van Etten’s unique brand of artistically progressive folk-rock.Having mentioned several times “she was sad when she wrote her songs” but she “got over it by doing what … Continue reading