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Julien Baker - Turn Out The Lights FLAC album

Performer: Julien Baker
Genre: Rock / Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: Turn Out The Lights
Released: 2017
Style: Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1872 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1987 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1689 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 987
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Turn Out the Lights is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Julien Baker. It was released on October 27, 2017 by Matador Records. All tracks written by Julien Baker. Julien Baker – vocals (2–11), guitars (2–5, 8, 10), piano (1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11), organ (6, 7). Camille Faulkner – strings (1, 2, 7, 9, 11).

Her Matador Records debut, Turn Out the Lights is the much-anticipated follow-up to the ruminating 2015 breakthrough of Tennessee singer/songwriter Julien Baker. While Sprained Ankle was recorded in a professional studio in Richmond, Virginia, it was with help from a friend who was interning there, and Baker, an 18-year-old college freshman at the time, was the sole performer. Unexpectedly - to the songwriter - it was picked up by 6131 Records and eventually made Billboard's Heatseekers Albums chart in 2016. The album even opens with a brief chamber overture that both sets a melancholy tone and establishes the expanded sound. The candid content and intense vocal delivery that made her reputation continue - her lyrics dwell on personal struggles and the pursuit of hope, as on lead single "Appointments.

Turn Out the Lights is the second album by Julien Baker, released on October 27, 2017 via Matador Records. The LP was recorded at the legendary Ardent Studios in her hometown of Memphis, TN with help from Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher. and was mixed by Craig Silvey (The National, Arcade Fire). Turn Out the Lights Q&A. Additional Engineering By Cameron Boucher. Recorded By Calvin Lauber. Mastered by Greg Calbi. Layout By Mike Zimmerman.

8. Release date: 27 October 2017. Country: United States. Julien Baker’s voice is immediately striking in its ability to convey emotion so well it’s as if she’s really feeling it all right at the moment of recording. That’s not to say Turn out the Lights is not cohesive - it certainly is. In fact, it’s so cohesive in its theme that it can become overwhelming. It’s not hard to see that many struggling with mental illness will be able to relate to this album, a cathartic display of raw emotion. However, Turn out the Lights is about wanting to survive too. The lead single Appointments perhaps sums this up best with the line: Maybe it’s all gonna turn out alright, and I know that it’s not, but I have to believe that it is. It’s this side to her work that makes it ultimately a healing experience.

Julien Baker’s second album is officially on its way. The singer-songwriter has unveiled Turn Out The Lights, set for an October release on Matador Records. The album will arrive nearly two years to the day after Baker’s debut, the superlative Sprained Ankle. Baker wrote, recorded and produced Turn Out The Lights at Ardent Studios in her hometown of Memphis, and Craig Silvey (The National, Arcade Fire, Florence & the Machine) mixed it. Sprained Ankle landed not only on our list of the best albums of 2015, but also earned a spot on our ranking of the 100 best indie-folk albums of all time. Listen to lead single Appointments here, and watch Baker’s 2016 Paste Studio session below. Further down, find her tour dates, as well as the Turn Out The Lights tracklist and album art. Turn Out The Lights Tracklist: 01. Over 02. Appointments 03.

While Turn Out the Lights might trek similar terrain as Julien Baker’s breakthrough, Sprained Ankle, there’s something about it that’s immediately colder and more haunting. Nobody’s worried about me, the Nashville singer/songwriter muses on the devastating Sour Breath. Yet there’s catharsis on Televangelist when Baker vows to resolve her own torment, using chilling piano chords and ghostly backing vocals to amplify her stance.

The long-awaited sophomore album from Memphis, Tennessee’s Julien Baker, Turn Out the Lights was released last week. It was long-awaited because her debut, Sprained Ankle, was one of the best debut records in years. Sprained Ankle was full of heart-wrenching songwriting, from heartbreak to depressive thoughts, Baker’s music hits direct to the heart. It was such a strong release that it attracted critical acclaim from critics and fellow musicians, such as The National’s Matt Berninger, Sharon Van Etten, and many others.