November 28, 2022

Sharon Van Etten is gearing as much as launch a deluxe version of her Might album We’ve Been Going About This All Fallacious, and together with the information, she’s shared a brand new track from the expanded bundle known as “By no means Gonna Change.” Hearken to the monitor beneath.

We’ve Been Going About This All Fallacious (Deluxe Version) reissues Van Etten’s newest LP with “Porta” and “Used to It,” two standalone singles the artist launched this yr, in addition to “By no means Gonna Change” and “After I Die,” two beforehand unreleased bonus tracks. The whole mission arrives November eleventh by way of Jagjaguwar, and pre-orders are ongoing.

A sluggish swell of synthesizers builds to anthemic ranges in “By no means Gonna Change,” a track Van Etten mentioned “is about managing melancholy and nervousness within the midst of isolation. Dealing with recurring fears all through maturity, acknowledging that flaws, fears and triggers can’t be overcome, they’re a relentless a part of one’s id to study to be at peace with.”

Earlier this yr, we caught up with Van Etten to debate the making of We’ve Been Going About This All Fallacious. In December, the artist will head out on an Australian tour with Batts and Banjo Lucia. See these dates beneath, and seize tickets by way of Ticketmaster.

Sharon Van Etten 2022 Tour Dates:
12/01 — Sydney, AU @ Sydney Opera Home
12/03 — Brisbane, AU @ The Tivoli *
12/05 — Perth, AU @ Fremantle Arts Centre ^
12/06 — Perth, AU @ Fremantle Arts Centre ^
12/08 — Melbourne, AU @ Northcote Theatre *
12/09 — Melbourne, AU @ Northcote Theatre *
12/10 — Meredith, AU @ Meredith Competition
12/12 — Auckland, NZ @ The Civic
12/13 — Wellington, NZ @ The Opera Home

* = w/ Batts
^ = w/ Banjo Lucia

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