Julie Doiron
Goodnight Nobody
As Julie Doiron gets older, her ability to create enchanting and complex music seems to grow ever stronger. Goodnight Nobody is no exception. This is musique verite at its intimate best, as Doiron does her usual combing through daily rituals to find snippets to capture in song—be it waking up to a new snowfall (“Snow Falls in November”) or holding her child one more time before setting off on tour (“Last Night”). There is no doubt she is an integral part of our country’s poetic and musical landscape.
—Dave Hayden

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