I Am The Prophet

Lady Dan - I Am The Prophet
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2021 Ratings: #256 / 422
User Score
Based on 20 ratings
Liked by 1 person
April 23, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Earth Libraries / Label
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The Arts Desk

Rich in symbolism, poetic imagery and oblique references to biblical verse, I Am the Prophet should be a difficult listen, but Dozier’s deftness as a songwriter adds surprising levity to her journey of self-discovery.

Her frank and meaning-laden lyrics give 'I Am The Prophet' a vast sincerity, often mixing with occasional biblical references to create a collection of songs that are rich in the classical storytelling tradition.
Beats Per Minute
It’s rare for an artist to be so bold and blatantly fighting their fears on a debut album, but Lady Dan’s bravery is what gives extra life and depth to her songs – let’s hope this is just the beginning.
The Line of Best Fit
Dozier writes songs of revival and transformation, tracing her journey of independence amidst a heady mix of stark folk, immaculate chamber pop, and arid country balladry.
The Observer
Tyler Dozier’s intense backstory powers a debut rich in moods and modes.
Paradox - 3/5
Dogs - 4/5
Better Off Alone - 3/5
Plagiarist’s Blues - 3/5
I Am the Prophet - 3/5
Intro To Loss - 3/5
No Home - 5/5 ❤
Misandrist to Most - 3/5
The Boys Who Can’t Sit Still - 3/5
Drink Your Sorrows - 4/5
Left-Handed Lover - 3/5
Es indie folk femenino o similares, la voz me recordó a First Kit Aid o algo así, pero el disco no es nada del otro mundo tiene buenas canciones como para pasar el rato cómodamente leyendo un libro pero no contribuye nada al género.
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Added on: February 14, 2021