'I Blame the World' is nothing but a diary of the artist in which she confesses and elaborates her insecurities between love songs and nihilistic visions. Cohesive, solid and delicate production accompanies the listener on a little journey inside the singer's head with wonderful vocals. The stylistic departure from the previous project 'Only Child' is strong, but convincing and Sasha's artistic identity is increasingly sharp.
Perhaps one of the most impressive musical glow ups I've had the pleasure of witnessing. Sigrid's second album is a fresh breath of air in the pop world. Sophisticated, yet light and fresh productions in a mixture of influences juggled with skill but that do not take away from the cohesion of the project. The young singer's voice and songwriting have never been more brilliant.
Night Call is nice, lighthearted, airy. A project like this should be listened to for what it is. It is not meant to be a masterpiece, although some tracks within the disc deserve this title. A homogeneous sound accompanies the listener and makes it all slide like a nice evening with friends, but with serious talk in the meantime. There is great material within this album, but the potential to do more was there.
AURORA opens the new year on a firm foot, with what already promises to be one of the best albums of the year. This third project feels elegant, ethereal, never banal. An ambitious masterpiece that is presented as a riot of great melodies and visceral sounds, proving to be the most complete project of the artist to date. Could this be the right time for the Academy to take notice of her?