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Her folk-rock that lies somewhere between atonement and self-destruction survives everything, including herself.
Behind her are the two albums that are more like diaries of a complicated adolescence (Sprained Ankle and Turn Out the Lights), the parallel project as boygenius (the adventure she shares with Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus) and the feeling that at 25 she can already be welcomed as a possible Elliott Smith of this century, either alone with her guitar as when we met first her when she self-produced and self-released her debut or surrounded by an entire band as in the songs of Little Oblivions, which have gained in external intensity without losing even an iota of inner intensity along the way. Julien Baker will present these songs on May 31st at Apolo. Another opportunity to continue watching Julien Baker grow on stage.