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The singer-songwriter brings her brand of experimental pop to the Opera House
Pushing the parameters of rock and pop, Sharon Van Etten's fifth studio album Remind Me Tomorrow packs an emotional punch. She'll be bringing her emotionally raw songwriting and raucous live show to the Opera House for one night only this Vivid.
Off the back of guest appearances on Twin Peaks and Netflix's The OA, Van Etten's been busy. Her latest release dives even further in to her raw emotional explorations of love, motherhood and growing up, with tracks 'Seventeen', 'Comeback Kid' and 'Jupiter 4' garnering particular accolades and cathartic connections for fans. She also recently became a mother, and during recent interviews she shared that she attributes the act of labour to lowering and manipulating her vocal quality. Science!
See Van Etten in full guitar meets electro clash glory for one night only as part of Vivid Live at the Opera House.