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Myopia (Instrumentals / Single)

Agnes Obel

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1.1
Camera's Rolling (Instrumental)
Agnes Obel
4:43
1.2
Broken Sleep (Instrumental)
Agnes Obel
4:54
1.3
Island Of Doom (Instrumental)
Agnes Obel
5:30
1.4
Myopia (Instrumental)
Agnes Obel
5:17
1.5
Can't Be (Instrumental)
Agnes Obel
3:25
Total Playing Time    23:49
Danish singer-songwriter Agnes Obel released her acclaimed album Myopia in February of 2020. Now she releases a companion piece of instrumental tracks from the album, shining new clarity and light on the depth of composition accompanying the release.

Following the same principles as with her previous albums (Philharmonics, Aventine and Citizen Of Glass), which she completed as a one-woman project in her own Berlin home studio, Obel placed herself under self-imposed creative isolation with the removal of all outside influences and distraction in the writing, recording and mixing process for Myopia.

“For me the production is intertwined with the lyrics and story behind the songs."
- Agnes Obel
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon (DG) Studio Masters

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