Jess Abbott’s guitar driven indie-pop soars to new levels here on an album packed with self-examination and the trappings of loneliness into a very personal, relatable listen. Though a few quieter, dreamy folk-like songs exist with acoustic guitars and orchestral moments, much of this is punchy and power-pop with memorable choruses and the sort of energy that could fill stadiums. The nods to ’90s alt-rock from her last album are thankfully still present and blend well with her penchant for flourishing melodies and voice that’s both raw and lovely, as Abbott appears more daring since her departure from Now, Now last year. How this young woman is not a household name is beyond me; there is an immeasurable amount of talent in this stunning album.

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