PJ Harvey has just dropped the “sad girl autumn” album of our dreams with I Inside the Old Year Dying. The English singer/songwriter once again proves her musical abilities are as magnificent as her skills as a poet. Tracks such as “A Child’s Question, August” and “A Noiseless Noise” are accompanied with epic instrumentals worthy of a hero’s journey, while songs such as “Autumn Term” and “Seem an I” include moments that are reminiscent of the best ’70s rock music. Fans of artists like Joni Mitchell, and really anyone who appreciates stellar lyricism, will surely find one of their new favorite albums in I Inside the Old Year Dying.
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