Sharon Van Etten Has Shared A “Deeply Personal” B-Side From 2015 Digitally, For The First Time

Sharon Van Etten Has Shared A “Deeply Personal” B-Side From 2015 Digitally, For The First Time

‘All Over Again’ was the B-Side to ‘I Don’t Want to Let You Down’ from the EP of the same name.

Announcing the digital release of the B-Side on Instagram, Van Etten wrote: “My 7″ ‘I Don’t Want To Let You Down’ had a b-side that was never digitally released – until today.

“‘All Over Again’ is a deeply personal song written during the ‘Are We There’ sessions. Broken hearted years ago and driven to find true love, it’s hard to believe I was ever there when I look back now from such a fulfilled space.

“I’m humbled to share yet another vulnerable moment with you.”

You can see the post and listen to the song below

Earlier in 2020, Van Etten shared two new tracks: ‘Beaten Down’ and ‘Staring At A Mountain’. She was also recently featured on ‘Impossible Weight’, a collaboration with Deep Sea Diver.

2020 has additionally seen Van Etten duet with Queens Of The Stone Age‘s Josh Homme on a cover of ‘(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding’. She also joined the surviving members of Fountains Of Wayne for a series of tributes to the late Adam Schlesinger.

In a four-star review of Van Etten’s 2019 album, ‘Remind Me Tomorrow’, NME said: “‘Remind Me Tomorrow’, then, serves not so much as a nudge, but a forceful and playful shove to remind listeners just how special Van Etten’s talent is on both a lyrical and musical level.

“Don’t call it a comeback, but it may well be her most intoxicating and impressive work to date.”

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