Watch Sharon Van Etten Perform 'Seventeen' Live In The Studio Watch Sharon Van Etten share a track from the album Remind Me Tomorrow in an intimate set at KCRW.
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On the eve of a new release, Sharon Van Etten (and her band) loaded into KCRW's basement studio to deliver a dynamic set featuring music from the critically acclaimed album Remind Me Tomorrow.

Sharon has taken a break from music and focused on raising her son, acting and pursuing a college degree. Whether these new pursuits influenced her musical output or not, the results of her time away from music are impressive. Her new tracks feature a vibrant and layered sound: more synths and booming, anthemic choruses. Check out her standout track, "Seventeen."

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