Sharon Van Etten - Comeback Kid

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  1. FetchFugly

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    Love this. Big eighties drums and synthetic, a bit of Siouxsie in the vocals and quite different from her previous material.
     
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  2. northernlad

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    Very much loving this new sound and the Siouxsie vibes. She also looks great on the video, if entirely unhinged.

    I really need to catch this tour.
     
  3. Mats

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    new single

     
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    one of the albums i'm proper looking forward to. i was obsessed with jupiter 4 for a minute last year - it turned out to have been (electropop-ily) recorded previously by donna missal who cowrote it with her.



    i obviously prefer sharon's creepy, somewhat sarah mclachlan-y and just a little sexual (to these ears anyway) take on it.
     
  5. Mats

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    me too!
     
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    be still my blackened heart!
     
  7. FetchFugly

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    Love the new single. All three songs so far have been excellent.
     
  8. northernlad

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    So, so good. It's lovely to feel somewhat agonised waiting for a new album again in place of my usual 'I'll have to pencil that in sometime in the next six months' approach to new music.
     
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    The album is very good as expected. The sequencing is interesting with the three outstanding singles together in the middle, but it seems strong top to bottom. No One's Easy To Love feels like another stand out.
     

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