Jen Cloher’s self-titled record isn’t just her most dynamic, it’s likely her most self-reflective as well. Joining DJ Morgan in the KEXP Live Room, Cloher and her band run through four songs off her self-titled record.
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Jen Cloher’s self-titled record isn’t just her most dynamic, it’s likely her most self-reflective as well. Wrapped in these spiraling, sprawling songs is a top-class songwriter expanding her sound with intricate Rust Never Sleeps-esque guitar work. Joining DJ Morgan in the KEXP Live Room, Cloher and her band run through four songs off her self-titled record. Recorded 01/27/2017.

1. Analysis Paralysis
2. Sensory Memory
3. Regional Echo
4. Forgot Myself

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