The album uses its glam-rock aspirations to underscore another blast of ne’er-do-well energy from the singer.
The album is a heavy-hitting rejoinder that rearticulates the headlines of a year fraught by global and personal trauma.
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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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Over 12 tracks, the singer-songwriter is haunted by older versions of herself and captivated by wishful daydreams.
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Against a backdrop of hopelessness brought about by personal heartbreak and global disasters, the album is an act of self-preservation.
The album is an enjoyable, if predictable, outing from an effortlessly reliable songwriter.