- The Weather Station

The Weather Station - The Weather Station
CRITIC SCORE
81
Based on 8 reviews
2017 Rank: #58 / 581
USER SCORE
75
Based on
23 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Drowned in Sound
The fourth album from Tara Lindeman aka The Weather Station is this year’s most remarkable feat of songwriting. It shares a commonality with the greats.
90
Exclaim!

The Weather Station is Lindeman's loosest, most confident album yet, but it may also prove to be her most deeply psychological; she doesn't hold back.

87
GIGsoup
While the sheer impact of the group’s fourth album doesn’t detract from the strengths of their previous efforts, it has to be said that her fourth outing is by far Lindeman’s strongest so far, and a significant artistic progression from her previous work in almost every way. It’s hugely satisfying to see a follow-up that marks such a pronounced evolution from past works and, with their self titled album, The Weather Station have crafted a truly excellent album.
80
NOW Magazine

In a musical era overwhelmed by vocal trickery and other sonic wizardry, the simplicity of an unadorned voice – with all the power and beauty one like Lindeman’s can possess – is a marvel in itself. She’s using it to tell deeply personal stories that hold a mirror up to our own experiences, and that’s what makes The Weather Station her most compelling work yet.

80
The Line of Best Fit

The Weather Station is a model example of expanding an act’s sound without losing sight of what made them great to begin with.

80
Pitchfork
From front-to-back, this is the first Weather Station album that sounds as fleshed-out and powerful as the world it contains.
75
A.V. Club
Tamara Lindeman’s fourth album as The Weather Station takes tentative steps toward shedding the “folk” tag by adding some color and shading to her, well, folky songs.
75
Under The Radar

The Weather Station inhabits the intersection of personal and polished like few albums can.

Oct 10, 2017
winitheju
67
pretty disappointing following her last album. The heavier instrumentation just doesn't quite match her voice
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Track List
  1. Free
  2. Thirty
  3. You and I (On the Other Side of the World)
  4. Kept It All to Myself
  5. Impossible
  6. Power
  7. Complicit
  8. Black Flies
  9. I Don't Know What to Say
  10. In an Hour
  11. The Most Dangerous Thing About You
Contributions By
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Added on: September 28, 2017