Uplifting and hopeful
Tomorrow Morning

The perpetually-bearded E - AKA Eels’ Mark Oliver Everett - finds himself in surprisingly greener pastures on latest album ‘Tomorrow Morning’. The final chapter in a trilogy of albums released within around six months of each other, ‘Tomorrow Morning’ has been self-described as E’s “redemption” from the stark, emotional abyss of ‘End Times’ - a record dealing with his own difficult divorce. Utilizing much fuller and considerably more electronic arrangements this time around, the album is uplifting and hopeful, though no less poignant; the tender self-evaluation of ‘What I Have To Offer’ providing one of many particularly sweet moments.


Words by Ryan Drever


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