Angel Olsen has released a new video for “All Mirrors,” the lead single from her forthcoming album of the same name.
The track is a blend of new wave and chamber pop, weaving Olsen’s striking vocals with dynamic synths and a pulsing bass. Haunting strings enter the second half of the song, culminating in a breathtaking coda. “Standing, facin’, all mirrors are erasin’ / Losin’ beauty, at least at times it knew me,” she sings on the refrain.
“All Mirrors” also arrived with a Lynchian visual directed by Ashley Connor. In the clip, the singer confronts the uncanny as she ascends a mystical staircase and meets her doppelgänger.
The single previews All Mirrors, Olsen’s upcoming fourth studio album and follow-up to her critically acclaimed 2016 LP, My Woman. Described in a press release as a “back-to-basics solo record,” All Mirrors was produced by past collaborator John Congleton and features a 14-piece orchestra. Olsen also recently appeared on “True Blue,” a cut from Mark Ronson’s latest album Late Night Feelings.
All Mirrors arrives October 4 via Jagjaguwar. In the meantime, watch the surreal video for the title track below: