Seven years after her debut, The Ghost Who Walks, singer Karen Elson is finally prepping to release a followup, Double Roses, this Friday, April 7 via 1965 Records. A self-proclaimed “post-divorce” record, intentionally crafted away from Nashville in an effort to recapture her Englishness, Elson’s latest marks a shift to much more personal songwriting, and in addition to producer Jonathan Wilson, features contributions from Patrick Carney, Father John Misty, Laura Marling, Wilco’s Pat Sansone, and Dhani Harrison. A gorgeous, dreamy, and personal collection of songs reflecting years’ worth of new experiences, Elson will celebrate her latest with a performance tonight, April 4 at Third Man Records, along with likeminded pop singer Odessa. No stranger to Third Man, Karen’s return, at the start of an exciting new musical chapter, feels like a homecoming of sorts, and, as always, it’ll be a lovely chance to see the talented artist in one of our absolute favorite rooms in town. Very few tickets remain, so snag yours here while you still can!
Karen Elson and Odessa will perform tonight, April 4 at Third Man Records. The show is 18+, begins at 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.), and tickets are available to purchase for $15.