The harpist’s newest three-disc album, Have One On Me, has been receiving a lot of attention, and for obvious reason.
Joanna Newsom‘s music is pretty extreme, and it typically results in a love or hate situation for the listener due to her sometimes-helium-induced-sounding voice carrying over densely arranged tunes without any major hooks.
Regardless of whether you thoroughly enjoy her music, the album is a respectable and impressive endeavour, and it’s officially released as of today.
To venture down into this two-hour rabbit hole of sorts, you can listen to the album (either by individual tracks or in its entirety) at NPR’s site.
What do you think? Pretty weirdly cohesive, eh?