13 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Banks is bold, brooding, and adventurous on her sophomore album. Featuring SOHN and DJ Dahi, The Altar serves up brave confessions (“I’ve been a resentful kid,” she admits on "Poltergeist”) and vocal experimentation (hear her whisper through the chorus on “F*ck With Myself”). Don’t miss “27 Hours,” a tear-jerking break-up ballad packed with feeling.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Banks is bold, brooding, and adventurous on her sophomore album. Featuring SOHN and DJ Dahi, The Altar serves up brave confessions (“I’ve been a resentful kid,” she admits on "Poltergeist”) and vocal experimentation (hear her whisper through the chorus on “F*ck With Myself”). Don’t miss “27 Hours,” a tear-jerking break-up ballad packed with feeling.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
540 Ratings
540 Ratings
xtrxniex ,

Promising Sophomore Album

Absolutely mesmerized with her transition from heart broken melodies to savage confidence. Banks redefines music 🙌🏽

Hadrosaurid ,

Banks is changing!

Her music is become more diverse!And i totally support what she doing now!Just keep going!

JakeLvs ,

A tremendous achievement

It may have taken a few years to do it, but Banks has returned with what is already an extremely diverse second album. Ever since her single Better, her music has matured a significant amount, and The Altar will be a culmination of all this hard work and her growth and maturity as an artist. This is going to be a great year for her, I know it!

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