“And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow” is a nearly pristine album. This is my first exposure to Weyes Blood, and I feel a lot of heartache and purpose behind her themes and production choices. I’m just not sure if it sticks the landing as well as I would like.
The songs in the front half are better than the second. But the second half songs feel more ambitious. It creates a distraction for me. However, the songs are of pretty high quality, with “God Turn Me Into a ... read more