Lana Del Rey - Norman Fucking Rockwell!
Aug 31, 2019
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i'm starting to believe jack antonoff is out there getting paid to produce the soundtrack to my life. lana and jack were clearly in tune with each other when creating the swooping, gentle melodies, raw lyrics and evocative atmospheres. her velvety vocals, storytelling, and choice of chords give the album a cinematic feel to it, straight out of the late 60s. it all sounds really ambitious and mature, as if she has finally captured her sound.

i had zero expectations going into this, but i have to say this thing totally knocked me off my feet. she is able to portray such complex emotions on just few words. i found myself empathizing with her dilemmas, daydreaming her stories, and even shedding some tears. nostalgia is very prevalent on this album. the instrumentals and production amplify and enhance her voice in a way that her words feel stitched to her vocal performance. this album is something else entirely.
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