This album, with the purity of guitars ringing in the distance, spacious drums, and serene layered vocals, creates an emotion and environment that call for a cleanse of the spirit. I can see myself playing this album over and over again for the rest of the year!
An inspiring sound of serene unity with the isolation we live in today. As our world shrunk to our small homes, Lael Neale turned to her music to express the stasis of the world and all the unfinished stories of love and passion.
Though underwhelming at times, the album hits hard when it does in its key tracks.
This is not the same Brockhampton that rocked the music scene in 2017, but that is not to say that GINGER isn't a very meaningful and entertaining album. Preserving their own "panache," the great group manages to come out with a mature and elaborate record full of introspective and lovable tracks.