Philosophically, they haven’t been so focussed since 2010’s ‘The Suburbs’, nor so musically dramatic since 2007’s ‘Neon Bible’.
This future cult classic … packs accessible sounds without sacrificing the band's musical wizardry.
‘From A Birds Eye View’ is a true delight, revealing greater depth with each listen, and Cordae truly seems to be having fun while proving he’s here to stay.
After exploring the isolation of feeling like a “nobody“, Mitski’s explorations of being somebody prove just as compelling.
Three albums in, the Chicago legend further pushes his astral brand of hip-hop, crafting GOAT-level rhymes that evoke conscious rap's golden era.