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To refer to her as an “old soul” is understating that term. She is like an “every soul”. No matter your age, gender, or sexual preference, these songs hit that melancholy nerve for anyone that wanted someone so badly they felt like they could just die, and the entire world along with them. This is lo-fi music created on a hi-fi level. It evokes nineties bands like Velocity Girl and Belly, yet with a Millennial edge. Can’t wait for more to come from this sad, beautiful flower. mcebbie
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The songwriting here is impeccable, both left-turn adventurous and willing to settle into a groove.
Wry observations about bugs give way to poignant observations of existential insignificance. Haley's observations feel at once universal and intimate, all delivered with a voice that dares to soar and crumble at once.
Thanks for this. Roswell Greeniaus