HAIM - Women in Music Pt. III
Jun 26, 2020
85
I'm not too familiar with HAIM's work, having just listened to some songs off their debut, their work with Vampire Weekend and the singles leading up to this album, but this has served as a good opening for me as it is an impressive piece of work. I loved the pop-rock sound often complemented with additional experimental tendencies or influences from other genres in the instrumentation, which I felt helped create a detailed, exciting and rich experience where it would otherwise have fallen a bit flat. I also really liked the lyrics, which balanced vulnerability and honesty with strength and independence in a revealing but also entertaining manner. The nature of this album indicates to me that it will reveal itself in further detail with repeated listens, which is something I'm more than willing to do. Keeping it at 85 for the moment (this is not including the final three bonus tracks, which I should note are absolutely brilliant).
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