Do I Have to Feel Everything, the third full-length album from Sara Noelle, a singer-songwriter who creates indie folk and ambient-inspired music, is set to be released on Jan. 27.
The LP, produced by Dan Duszynski, offers a kaleidoscopic lens on a shifting mind as 11 songs wind their way toward a hazy horizon. Previously unreleased tracks include the shadowy, sharp “Hum” and “Phosphorescence,” a glowing midnight reflection.
The album also features “Slip Away,” which flickers like a candle lit in a darkened room, “Blooming Yucca,” a surrealistic on-the-road song, “Color of Light on the Water,” a misty twilight meditation punctuated by sound bowl waves, as well as the bright yet searching title track. Do I Have to Feel Everything follows prior LPs including Cover the Blue, also produced by Duszynski, and Noelle’s debut album, Morning Moon.
Elsewhere, Noelle’s annual holiday songs have drawn notice, including her originals, “I’ll Sleep ‘Til Christmas,” “Like Snow (Slowly Falling)” and “Christmas at Sea.” She also edits the literary journal Lyrics as Poetry, which released its fourth print edition, featuring 28 artists and 20 writers, in November 2022.
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