Angel Olsen has shared her new EP title track, ‘Forever Means’

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".

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.

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