Carly Rae Jepsen announces new album

The new Album “The Loneliest Time” was announced via 604, schoolboy, and Interscope to arrive October 21. This is following the release of the song “move me” in which Carly Rae Jepsen collaborated with the producer and multi-instrumentalist Lewis OfMan.

The new album seems to draw some sort of inspiration from the season of autumn with the more rustic and muted browns encapsulating the album cover as well as song names such as beach house gaining strength from such attribution. With summer being over I feel that the connection is a strong one as we all start to feel more mellow and almost moody towards the coming months. The title “the Loneliest Time” fills that narrative in my mind.

“Coming in like a western windDo you feel home from all directions?First bloom, you know it’s SpringReminding me love, that it’s all connected(The wind is coming)Coming in like a western wind”

-Lyrics from Western Wind

Hopefully lyrics like these will help make us forget about the cold winter’s approaching in just a few months. Although I may be biased as my favorite season is winter, I just know the general opinion of the season.

But enough about autumn sorrows, we’ve got new music to be excited about. The LP has tons of collaborators such as Tavish Crowe, Bullion, Captain Cuts, John Hill, Kyle Shearer, Alex Hope, and Rostam Batmanglij, who co-wrote and produced “Western wind”.

Carly Ray Jepsen will also be going on tour calling it the “The So Nice Tour” and will be coming to Vancouver on October 29 at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.

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