11 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mia Dyson excels at breakup songs, and on Parking Lots, the singer and guitarist has amassed an album’s worth. Her bluesy rock is forged in the flames where backseat make-out sessions disintegrate into wretched breakups, where late-night passion turns into the lonely ashes of the morning after. Dyson sinks luxuriously into longing and loss; her vocals are both smooth and sour. Then there’s the ace fretwork: It’s so lyrical that on “Roll Me Out” and “Choose”, it serves as a second lead voice.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mia Dyson excels at breakup songs, and on Parking Lots, the singer and guitarist has amassed an album’s worth. Her bluesy rock is forged in the flames where backseat make-out sessions disintegrate into wretched breakups, where late-night passion turns into the lonely ashes of the morning after. Dyson sinks luxuriously into longing and loss; her vocals are both smooth and sour. Then there’s the ace fretwork: It’s so lyrical that on “Roll Me Out” and “Choose”, it serves as a second lead voice.

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