On her third album, the former Nickelodeon star sheds the cute popstar image, adopting a message of empowerment that rings true
Album review: Our Broken Garden - Golden Sea (Bella Union)
A resonant, emotive effort blending dream-pop and orchestral notes
a departure in the sense of a complete uncoupling from everyday senses and a submerging in the most deliciously constructed orchestral-tinged dream-pop since Sigur Rós. Debut ‘When The Blackening Shows’ quietly hinted at such ambition, but this second tide of beauty leaves you simply breathless.
Simon Jay Catling
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