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Boomkat Product Review:
Marissa Nadler's eighth album is a pitch-black dream-folk epic borne from a period of transition and longing. It's a celebration of femininity that features contributions from Angel Olsen, Mary Lattimore, Hole drummer Patty Schemel and Dum Dum Girls' Kristin Kontrol.
When "For My Crimes" was released in 2018, it documented a tense spectrum of emotion for Nadler. She'd left her home in Boston for an intense period of touring, testing her relationships but inspiring a fruitful glut of new songs that explored the nomadic stress. After examining these tracks alongside her co-producers however, she decided to go back to the drawing board, taking a week to pen new songs before recording "For My Crimes" at Lawrence Rothman's House of Lux studio in Laurel Canyon.
This suite of heartfelt doom folk ballads is some of the finest material Nadler has written, capturing her complex emotional journey with dreamy yet economical sincerity. Her songwriting here is more developed and more spare than ever before, and the production adds a delicate, dream-pop sheen to her forest jangle. Her music has grown from the seed of new weird America into something deeper and more long-lasting that links Joni Mitchell, Cat Power, Hope Sandoval and Diamanda Galás.