Best Albums of 2008: Sarah Siskind’s favourite record

Sarah Siskind with Paul Brady

Former Grammy-nominee Sarah Siskind provided excellent support for Justin ‘Bon Iver’ Vernon last night at Dublin’s National Stadium, and I was lucky enough to get the chance to ask her about her favourite album of 2008 after the gig.

Sarah admitted to being “caught on the spot” and after discussing how she had listened to “a lot of Nashville albums this year, especially Mason Jennings”, she finally settled on Swedish singer Ane Brun’s Changing of the Seasons.

Sarah said that she loved the lyrics on the record, and said that the album was the most beautiful she had heard in a long time.

Oh and in case you didn’t know, Ane Brun’s cover of ‘True Colours’ is currently being used to advertise Sky HD over here.

Ane Brun - Changing of the Seasons album cover

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