i'll show you stronger

pronoun - i'll show you stronger
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 48 ratings
2019 Ratings: #513
May 24, 2019 / Release Date
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Rhyme & Reason / Label
Indie Rock, Synthpop / Genres
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thomasny18
60
stay might be in my top 10 favourite songs of this year so far, but sadly the rest of the album doesn't live up to the same quality. Still, a good debut album that should get some attention over its way.
KnifeTrick
88
update update: wanted to update this because I haven't touched this record in a while. I don't think "for the story" will ever click (bet) for as long as I listen to this album.

UPDATE:
https://twitter.com/musicpronoun/status/1154137835055853570
pronoun has noticed me, hurrah!

edit: holy shit this has severely grown on me. originally a 77.

Listening to this record has only left me with one thought on her vocals. It's like a mix of rawness from Dodie, the wavers from Jessica Pratt, ... read more
WildChameleon
58
There are some good tracks here and there but apart that I find the mixxing unbalanced, like her vocals and the instruments don't match (with the vocals overwelmed by the instrumentation)

Plus, large part of the album is just a big showcase of what is trendy in mainstream indie rock with some synth. Very not intetesting.

This is a honest debut album but Pronoun doesn't bring much at the table to be a good debut.
JulianGomez974
63
Such a promising project that tumbled down after each track passed by, I mean, in a superficial level, pronoun has a very nice appeal to her production and overall sound, the combination of pop-rock guitars with some layered-down synths are screaming for more audience. BUT, those vocals... her voice isn't awful but the way it is edited makes it sound like she's trying so hard not getting swallowed by the instruments, sometimes I can barely understand what she's saying and it gets old pretty ... read more
usedtobe
80
Brooklyn based indie-bedroom rock artist debut record rouses to the occasion with open road anthems that speaks of the complexity of the human heart and the feelings that goes within it. With her soft raspy vocals nestles a pulsating instrumentation that displays vastness and a beating heart to be able to make it on the other side of the silver lining, and its steadily empowering.
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Added on: April 7, 2019