USA, 2004, contemporary folk / singer-songwriter

Anaïs MitchellHymns for the Exiled

This is (for me) her delicate, intimate debut, despite its dark subject matter of war and Orwellian politics. The production is simple and elegant, and her songwriting is superb. She tells stories as the government tells lies: that is, boldly, easily, unflinchingly.

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