Forever Means

American singer-songwriter Angel Olsen explores grief and love on her latest EP of songs recorded during her 'Big Time' sessions.

These songs fall into a different theme and tone to her sixth studio album Big Time, exploring sexual identity and the loss of her parents with an acknowledgement that love and life continually evolves and changes forever.

“Forever” for Olsen “remains curious while trying also to be kind and honest.” Recorded at Fivestar Studios, LA, Forever Means is produced and mixed with Jonathan Wilson. Olsen describes ‘Nothing’s Free’ as being “about that point when self-denial breaks, and you notice how long you’ve been restraining who you are.”

‘Nothing’s Free’ features in our playlist Sarah Picks.

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