12 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Marina Diamandis has the kind of big, slinky voice that could easily silence a room. But Diamandis—the Welsh singer and instrumentalist behind Marina & The Diamonds—would prefer everyone up and dancing. Froot—her third full-length—is a giddy mix of new wave and propulsive electro-pop that feels both woozy and optimistic, like careening through a city at night in the rain. Lyrically, the album serves as an earnest ode to finding satisfaction in unlikely places. “I found what I'd been looking for in myself,” she proudly announces amid the titanic hooks of “Happy.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Marina Diamandis has the kind of big, slinky voice that could easily silence a room. But Diamandis—the Welsh singer and instrumentalist behind Marina & The Diamonds—would prefer everyone up and dancing. Froot—her third full-length—is a giddy mix of new wave and propulsive electro-pop that feels both woozy and optimistic, like careening through a city at night in the rain. Lyrically, the album serves as an earnest ode to finding satisfaction in unlikely places. “I found what I'd been looking for in myself,” she proudly announces amid the titanic hooks of “Happy.”

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