this made me emotional. i'm a SAP and also keep thinking about what i'd have to say to my future kid, should i have one, so this really hit me. fantastic. 2020 is turning out to be a great year for folk releases - this and Honey Harper's album from earlier in the year might end up being two of my favorites from the year.
pumpkin attack on mommy and daddy is SO GOOD and i don't really know why?
anyways, this is a weird one. it seems to be about women who were treated like shit, either by a demon or a lynch mob or a disease or whatever. i don't really get it, but it makes me feel icky, and scary ptsd albums are oddly validating, so i like it. i don't get it, but i like it.
finally listening to this album so i can stop being a fuckin loser. i love when things have rock n roll flute, so "I Talk To The Wind" was a stand-out for me. i can very much see this becoming a staple "listen while i work in my stinky office and get blasted by fluorescents" album.