In early 2013, Olsen added drummer Josh Jaeger and bassist Stewart Bronaugh to flesh out her stripped-back sound, which added a brooding, garage rock appeal to her intimate music. Soon after forming the trio, Olsen returned to the studio with producer John Congleton
to track sessions for her third album, Burn Your Fire for No Witness, which saw release in early 2014 via Jagjaguwar
. The record was critically well-received and marked Olsen's debut on the Billboard 200.
By then resettled in Asheville, North Carolina, she expanded her sound still further on her fourth LP, 2016's My Woman, touring as a six-piece to support its release. Jagjaguwar
followed it in 2017 with Phases, a compilation of Olsen rarities such as early demos and unreleased material from the My Woman sessions. ~ Fred Thomas & Scott Kerr, Rovi