Sharon Van Etten – Seventeen

Posted: January 10, 2019 in Americana, Folk, Indie, Music, Rock
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We’re very much looking forward to Sharon Van Etten’s upcoming album Remind Me Tomorrow (out next week) and the latest track from it is Seventeen, a warm, fuzzy folk-rocker that reflects on her experiences of New York, now and back when she was a teenager.

It is a kind of love letter to the city – nostalgic and romantic, but also touched with the cynicism that comes with growing older.

Down beneath the ashes and the stone
Sure of what I’ve lived and have known
I see you so uncomfortably alone
I wish I could show you how much you’ve grown

Listen below.

 

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