Label: Jagjaguwar
Formats: CD/ LP/ DL


01. Warsaw
02. Give Out
03. Serpents
04. Kevin’s
05. Leonard
06. In Line
07. All I Can
08. We Are Fine
09. Magic Chords
10. Ask
11. I’m Wrong
12. Joke or a Lie



Nita Keeler @ Gold Star PR
+44 (0)1600 892 690
TRAMP out now via Jagjaguwar

Due to scheduling conflicts, two out of four of Sharon Van Etten’s October shows have been rescheduled. 
Both London and Cardiff - originally scheduled for 8th and 9th October respectively – have been rescheduled for 3rd (London) and 9th (Cardiff) December. Support for both shows comes from This Is The Kit.
Original tickets are valid for the new dates but refunds, if required, will be available form the point of purchase.
FULL UK DATES are now as follows: 
07-Oct UK Cambridge Junction 2
08-Oct UK London POSTPONED
09-Oct UK Cardiff POSTPONED
10-Oct UK Sheffield Queens Social Club
03-Dec UK London Shepherds Bush Empire
(rescheduled show)
7/8-Dec UK Camber Sands ATP Festival curated By The National
09-Dec UK Cardiff Glee
(rescheduled show)

Praise for Sharon Van Etten
“this isn’t just her finest album, but one of the early 2012’s" 9/10 NME
“an arresting record for challenging times” **** Q Magazine

"One of the must hears of early 2012" **** Observer

“One of the first indisputable masterpieces of 2012”**** Sunday Times

“a graceful, distinctive album” **** Uncut

**** Mojo

"If Epic was a hidden treasure, Tramp feels like Sharon Van Etten’s career-defining album. It’s a wonderful record, a colossal achievement, and features some of the most breathtaking, moving and downright beautiful music you’ll hear all year." Drowned in Sound

“further listening revealing moments of standalone fury and beauty of the kind that has always been present in her work.” BBC
As a follow up to 2010's epic (Badabing Records), Tramp showcases an artist in full control of her powers. On her Jagjaguwar debut, Van Etten's words and voice are now two parts of a more evocative whole. 
A two-year journey brought her to that point of instability. Upon the release of the intricate, understated epic, Van Etten surprised the music world with a touching embrace. Coming off the release of her spartan first effort, Because I Was In Love (2009, Language of Stone), Van Etten created a short album of diverse songs connected by a shared goal of an expanded sound and her unmistakable voice. 
The shimmering sound of Tramp both defies and illuminates the unsteadiness of a life in flux. Throughout the 14 months of scattered recording sessions, Van Etten was without a home -- crashing with friends and storing her possessions between varied locations. The only constant in Van Etten's life during this time was spent in the garage studio of The National's Aaron Dessner
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