Laura Veirs - My Echo
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2020 Ratings: #308 / 760
User Score
Based on 20 ratings
October 23, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Raven Marching Band / Label
Indie Folk / Genres
lauraveirs.com / Website
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Uncut
My Echo is both longer in reach and richer in expression than a "divorce record", as you'd expect from the sweet-voiced author of some of the most effortlessly insightful songs in the modern country-folk canon.
80
Mojo
A divorce album, then. But it's not gloom and vitriol, it's gorgeous.
80
Exclaim!

My Echo is not so much about emptiness as it is about how far one's sound can travel.

80
musicOMH
The stories are utterly compelling, told in a strong and steadfast voice, but one that can coo softly in the most charming way.
77
Paste

It’s heartening to hear her acknowledging and even embracing impermanence and the unknown on My Echo.

73
Beats Per Minute

My Echo ends up feeling both deeply sad but also oddly hopeful: arguing that, despite the pain of life, there is also joy, beauty, and freedom, if you want to find it.

70
Slant Magazine
To Veirs, artmaking is a means of preserving memories of loves, people, and moments lost. While these things fade, her art doesn’t.
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Track List

  1. Freedom Feeling
  2. Another Space and Time
  3. Turquoise Walls
  4. Memaloose Island
  5. End Times
  6. Burn Too Bright
  7. Brick Layer
  8. All the Things
  9. I Sing to the Tall Man
  10. Vapor Trails
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Added on: July 30, 2020