Omar Cruz

Folk musician Aoife O’Donovan released a new solo tome last year, Age Of Apathy. O’Donovan picked up three Grammy nominations for it for Best Folk Album, Best American Roots Performance, and Best American Roots Song. Later this week, she’s releasing a palatial edition of her latest album, and it includes a handful of new recordings. Among those is a imbricate of Sharon Van Etten’s “I Love You But I’m Lost,” off her 2014 tome Are We There. Check it out below.