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|2.||"Head Alone" (2:57)|
|3.||"Pressure To Party" (3:00)|
|4.||"Don't Know How To Keep Loving You" (5:28)|
|5.||"When The Family Flies In" (3:58)|
|2.||"Good Guy" (4:11)|
|3.||"You Were Right" (2:22)|
|4.||"Turn Me Down" (5:44)|
Australian singer hailing from the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Julia Jacklin, resurfaces with a third album following Don't Let The Kids Win (2016) and Eastwick / Cold Caller (2017). Opening with arguably the album's most afflicting number, "Body", Jacklin's voice almost inhibits an Edith Piaf-like quality, somewhat shaky but resolute. It's far from a forlorn listen though, and while "Pressure To Party" may lament such things as fun, it adds an upbeat rhythm to the album's more down beat numbers, be they "Don't Know How To Keep Loving You", to the lowly piano and voice solo of "When The Family Flies In". Touching on the hallmarks of a true romantic, Jacklin's music is melancholic as ever, but with her vocals only adding to the warm embrace of the instrumentation, "Crushing" should melt a few hearts yet.
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