Like Scarlet’s Walk, Native Invader is a concept album that surveys America post-catastrophe.
Her recent rendition of “Frozen” breathtakingly reinvented the queen of pop’s icy electro-pop hit from 1998 into a stirring, nuanced keyboard dirge.
If Unrepentant Geraldines is indeed visual art, it’s more of a polite Norman Rockwell than a vomit-stained Sherman.
In her best work, even when she’s being precious, there’s an underlying force and anger that threatens to shatter everything into little pieces.
Yep, she still squirms and straddles her piano bench like she’s wielding an electric guitar.