Edited to a higher rating. This is my first Jessica Pratt album, and it was definitely a bit of an adjustment to getting used to her voice. Since this album is only 27 minutes long, it really gives the listener time to get acquainted with her voice. After multiple listens, this album really feels like a nice breeze on a summer night. Some of the songs felt weak overall, and none outright bad. Her voice turns out to be my favorite instrument on this album. Gonna get a lot of replays for sure.
Stripped back, raw, and emotional. Amazing that so much emotion can come out of this album in it's simplicity. I really felt a sort of physical and emotional pain listening to this album, in a way that made me feel connected on a borderline spiritual level. That sounds kind of crazy, but I can't really remember feeling that way listening to a piece of music before.