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Orangefarben is so personal and yet so incredibly relateable, it’s almost as though she has seen all of us in our most painful moments of heartbreak and decided to write an album about it. In some ways, listening to this is like looking back at a yearbook comprised only of bad breakups. The second track, “Alien,” is a gorgeous and understated ode to waking up next to someone you fell in love with and realizing they aren’t that person anymore. Her cover of “Leaving (on a Jet Plane)” stays true to the original version while adding a whole new layer of emotion I hadn’t expected. - Mia Jones

New Music Tuesday: Sea of Bees, LP, Sarah Jaffe and more

Orangefarben┬áis so personal and yet so incredibly relateable, it’s almost as though she has seen all of us in our most painful moments of heartbreak and decided to write an album about it. In some ways, listening to this is like looking back at a yearbook comprised only of bad breakups. The second track, “Alien,” is a gorgeous and understated ode to waking up next to someone you fell in love with and realizing they aren’t that person anymore. Her cover of “Leaving (on a Jet Plane)” stays true to the original version while adding a whole new layer of emotion I hadn’t expected. - Mia Jones

New Music Tuesday: Sea of Bees, LP, Sarah Jaffe and more

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