The Theory Of Absolutely Nothing

Alex The Astronaut - The Theory Of Absolutely Nothing
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australians singing in a very enunciated manner is so funny to me ok now say throw another shrimp on the barbie


If there’s a life lesson that Alex The Astronaut has always been able to perfectly convey in her songs, it’s that life is bittersweet and unpredictable. The Sydney folk-pop singer’s uplifting full-length debut, The Theory Of Absolutely Nothing, perfectly encapsulates this idea that we’re all learning how to live life as we go, and sometimes we’ll end up in situations that we never would have expected. Album highlight “Lost” tells the story a young ... read more


The second half of the 2010s saw no shortage of bedroom pop and indie pop artists make a mark by strongly infusing their own distinct, often quirky personalities into their albums — from Frankie Cosmos to Sidney Gish to Phoebe Bridgers to Alex Lahey. We’ve been so spoiled by great albums in this genre that it’s easy to forget how quickly twee lyricism can grate. “The Theory of Absolutely Nothing” is the flip side of those above artists, neatly illustrating how ... read more

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Track List

  1. Happy Song
  2. Lost
  3. Split the Sky
  4. I Like to Dance
  5. I Didn't Know
  6. Caught in the Middle
  7. Christmas in July
  8. Banksia
  9. I Think You're Great
  10. San Francisco
  11. Outro
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Added on: May 7, 2020