The refined and evocative pop of Tamara Lindeman’s Weather Station

The refined and evocative pop of Tamara Lindeman’s Weather Station
The refined and evocative pop of Tamara Lindeman’s Weather Station

Ignorance is the new album by Weather Station, Canadian formation led by the singer Tamara Lindeman.

Ten refined and evocative pop songs that, if necessary, are filled with delightful orchestrated passages.

The new album was recorded with a band consisting of Kieran Adams (battery), Ben Whiteley (low), Philippe melanson (percussion), Brodie West (saxophone), Ryan Driver (flute), Johnny Spence (keyboards), Christine Bougie (guitar).

They then joined the training Drew Jurecka (violin, clarinet), Rebekah Wolkstein (violin), Shannon Knights (purple) e Lydia Munchinsky (violoncello).

Tamara Lindeman besides singing and playing piano and guitar, he wrote music and lyrics and produced all the tracks of the new album together with Marcus Paquin.

Ignorance of the Weather Station was released on February 5, 2021 by Fat Possum Records. Have a good listening. (The editorial staff)

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