Angel Olsen is set to release her new EP ‘Forever Means’ this Friday (14th April), and is teasing it by dropping the title track.
The North Carolina-based singer-songwriter, who released her last album ‘Big Time’ in 2022, has described the track as “a kind of nod to George Harrison”.
The ‘Forever Means’ EP is co-produced and mixed by Jonathan Wilson and was written in the aftermath of Olsen’s 2019 albums ‘All Mirrors’ and ‘Whole New Mess’.
Speaking about the track, Olsen said: “I’d thought of it as a kind of nod to George Harrison, who I’d been getting back into during the pandemic as I was finally calming down and finding moments of peace with myself”.
Olsen will be performing at End of the Road Festival and All Points East this summer.