The hype for this one was off the charts. And every single bit it deserves. Sharp, smooth, and beautiful. STINT's production prowess really shows, and brings out the entirety of Hannah's immense potential.
Favorite track: Brother.
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I don't necessarily pride myself on making reckless and impulsive decisions... This time it was pressing two tracks from an upcoming record to a costly limited edition 7" vinyl. Was it a good choice? You can cast your ballot by ordering one, and I'll drink a glass of water or wine to your health and send you singular scraps from my life, along with the vinyl, to contextualize the songs and truly connect to you - one human to another.
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If you take the road to my house
Careful there's a space between where
Crazy me begins and the pavement ends
You'll see, i trust you'll find me anyway, anyway
Unzip me my coloured shadows
Will escape, they dance so crazy
When they fall, take out your needle
And stitch me up without my shadows for you, only for
When you took another look
Inside of me i think you saw the
Hole where my shadows had lived
Before you stitched me closed now i'm alone, shadowless
Track Name: Brother
Oh it's beautiful, he made it with his own hands
He made it for family and friends
How does madness feel, 'cause god knows it's real
I know you'll come out of it, you'll always come out of it
Swallow another one down
But remember your sisters hand
There was always your sister's hand
One more shock, shock to your head
Why do they punish the gentle ones?
You were always the gentle one
I emotionally relate so much to this album. I wish I were a cute girl with a voice just like her, in all honesty. Truthful, melancholic and intimate, this album will definitely hit anyone in the deepest part of their being. Thank god I found this via a misclick. Alex Jesus