An indie singer/songwriter who delivers her vulnerable songs with a distinctive warble informed by vintage country, Angel Olsen’s early, spare, acoustic songs grew increasingly lush and dramatic across her first several albums. The onetime Bonnie “Prince” Billy backup singer debuted with the reverb-heavy solo indie folk of 2010’s Strange Cacti, expanding to an alt-country power trio for her third album, 2014’s Burn Your Fire for No Witness, her Billboard 200 debut. Two years later, My Woman reached a career-high number 47 on the chart. While maintaining an intimate character and a haunting sound reinforced by stylized echo, Olsen recorded 2019’s All Mirrors with a 14-piece orchestra. The follow-up, 2020’s Whole New Mess, offered an overhauled solo version of All Mirrors that included a pair of original songs. Inspired by both love and loss tied up in coming out as queer, her sixth studio album, Big Time, followed in 2022.