She’s tiny behind the flight deck’s worth of keyboards and samplers that surround her. Her voice doesn’t quite reach the dizzying shoulda-been-an-R&B-queen melisma of White Hinterland, but its traumatised delicacy, coupled with the fact that she mainly sings to her shoulder, rather than the crowd, makes as if she’s trying to ward off some evil that only she’s seen.

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