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The album finds the singer digging further into her explorations of narrative voice and shifting points of view.
The album is entranced by the prospect of resurrecting forgotten ghosts.
As we grappled with what it means to shut down and rise up, music in 2020 gave us an outlet, a voice, and an escape.
The circumstances of 2020 threw an age-old debate over the role of music in our lives into sharp relief.
The album is the product of an artist who knows who she is and wants nothing more than to rage and revel in it.
The album uses its glam-rock aspirations to underscore another blast of ne’er-do-well energy from the singer.
The album vastly improves on its stagnant predecessor, but its 20-song tracklist is invariably bloated.
The album trades overstimulating spectacle for low-key introspection, but it’s therapeutic as a cup of tea.
The album is a heavy-hitting rejoinder that rearticulates the headlines of a year fraught by global and personal trauma.
The collection is a satisfying showcase for the group’s range while making plain their core appeal with refreshing directness.
The singer employs a conversational tone throughout the song to punctuate her ambivalence.
The album’s unvarnished style generally works, but there’s nowhere to hide when the singer drifts into the saccharine.
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The album highlights the artist’s shortcomings as much as it does his sly appeal.
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