The duo deliver a beautiful, ambitious, and dreamy album that will leave listeners wanting more.
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The beloved solo artist returns with tales of leaving, longing, and loving her son.
It’s like watching a dear friend making a really bad choice.
Not even Morrissey’s latter-day sins can ruin the pure love listeners feel for this record.
A mix of covers and reworkings reminds listeners of the group’s live potency.
The East Bay legends tapped into so much more than just alienation and boredom on their major-label debut.