Julien Baker Announces New Album; Shares New Song

Julien Baker

Julien Baker will release her new album, Little Oblivions, on February 26th, 2021. Today she’s shared a video for the lead single, “Faith Healer,” and pre-orders are now up.

Julien also talked with Rolling Stone about the new album:

That Baker’s first full-band album is also her most focused on earthly concerns is not coincidental. As the album’s sole producer, Baker uses her newly expanded rock palette to tell a story of the reckoning and renewal she’s undergone over the past two years. On “Relative Fiction,” she slowly builds on a typically sparse, moody arrangement before the drums announce themselves and Baker suddenly interrupts the doom-and-gloom ballad with a thrilling pop chorus: “I don’t need a savior/I need you to take me home,” she sings as the band swoops in behind her.

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Julien Baker Canceling Live Shows

Julien Baker

According to posts from two festivals, Julien Baker has canceled all of her upcoming live shows due to ongoing medical issues.

Unfortunately, Julien Baker has been forced to cancel planned concerts, including performance on the island. We have received this message from her booking agent: due to ongoing medical issues, Julien Baker will be cancelling all currently planned live shows.

Julien Baker Working on New Album

Julien Baker

Julien Baker talked with Uproxx about working on a new album:

I’m working on a new record through the end of this year. I’ve been making demos with friends in town, and traveling to visit friends who have studios in other places, and just taking my time on a record because the last two records that I put out were made in under a week because that’s the only way that I knew how to make records. So now I’m trying to accrue songs in a very organic way, and just see where it goes. But I’m probably going to be finishing up a record at the end of this year.