The Secret Sisters – Saturn Return


Folk singers The Secret Sisters have released their fourth studio album, “Saturn Return”. A decade after the release of their self-titled debut record, the Alabama-based sisters duo presents an album named after the astrological phenomenon signifying a point of change in one’s life, a period of difficulty and – as Laura Rogers of The Secret Sisters explains – a time when a woman comes into her own and has this awakening in herself about who she is as a person. “Saturn Return”, which was co-produced by Brandi Carlile, is a reflective collection of ballads contemplating personal growth, womanhood, and transformation. Songs like “Late Bloomer” and “Nowhere, Baby” call for self-reflection. The single “Cabin” is a testament to surviving difficult relationships, which is appropriately followed by the hopefulness of new romance in “Hand Over My Heart”. Family comes into focus in “Hold You Dear” and “Fair”, while a siren’s call can be heard in “Water Witch”. The 10-track record has a timeless feel that can help the worried listener embrace their own natal Saturn return. For more info, including dates of their US and European tour, go to

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