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Sarah Jarosz's seventh album, Polaroid Lovers, is a sonic and creative evolution for the Texas-born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter. Collaborating for the first time with writers like Daniel Tashian, Ruston Kelly, Natalie Hemby, as well as heavy-hitters like Jon Randall and Gordie Sampson, Jarosz has expanded her writing process and opened herself up to new sounds, resulting in a richer, more electric sound. She's also surrounded herself with an impressive roster of musicians, including guitarist Rob McNelley, Tom Bukovac, her husband-bassist Jeff Picker, and drummer Fred Eltringham, carving out a viscerally potent brand of folk-rock with her spirited performance on octave mandolin. Polaroid Lovers is a photo album of past loves, childhood dreams, the places she lived in, and all the versions of herself that she's been, filled with the confidence that comes from hard-won life experiences and the conviction of someone who truly knows herself. Despite the album's subject matter being a nod to the past, Jarosz has never sounded more assured or ready to keep pushing herself into new sonic territory.
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