Between the intimacy of the singer's vocal timbre and the intimate space of the Triennale, the concert was a meeting with the talent of Angel Olsen, on a journey that traveled her charisma, also sealed with the albuns Strange Cacti, Half Way Home, stepping into the musical compositions of Summer Bummer Get Laid Get Wasted, Your Train, My Home or Lady Of The Waterpark.
The country and indie folk singer also presented songs like Lights Out, High and Wild or even Forgiven/Forgotten. Not to be forgotten was Angel Olsen's night, which was also the night of all those who filled the urban space, a patio that was not enough for so much admiration and contemplation. The headquarters of the Triennale received the singer who delivered a unique concert at this premiere in Lisbon, with the right to an encore.
Born in St. Louis (Missouri), Angel Olsen was born on January 22, 1987. With four albums released, the North American singer started her career as a teenager, with concerts in bars and cafes in her city. In 2006 she moved to Chicago, where she was part of Emmett Kelly's band Cairo Gang. Her voice did not go unnoticed by Bonnie "Prince" Billy, and Angel Olsen became his backup singer. From 2010 on, she followed his solo career with his debut album Strange Cacti and, in 2014, the album Burn Your Fire for No Witness was included in Billboard magazine's Top 200, one of the most renowned in the music business.