10 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

While the Staten Island native’s seventh album continues to showcase the fresh, shimmering folk-pop that made her a grassroots sensation, it also delves into new, darker territory. Bright, indie-pop hits and Michaelson’s charmingly distinct goofiness are present and accounted for in the twinkling “Light Me Up” and sweet-and-sour breakup anthem “Hell No,” which sit seamlessly alongside bittersweet odes to her late mother (“I Remember Her”) and frank, string-filled reminiscences of her divorce (“Old Days”).

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EDITORS’ NOTES

While the Staten Island native’s seventh album continues to showcase the fresh, shimmering folk-pop that made her a grassroots sensation, it also delves into new, darker territory. Bright, indie-pop hits and Michaelson’s charmingly distinct goofiness are present and accounted for in the twinkling “Light Me Up” and sweet-and-sour breakup anthem “Hell No,” which sit seamlessly alongside bittersweet odes to her late mother (“I Remember Her”) and frank, string-filled reminiscences of her divorce (“Old Days”).

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
161 Ratings

161 Ratings

i hate this game soooo much ,

It Does Make Sense!

Ingrid hits the nail right on the head again with this album. She is truly an incredible artist and time after time proves her talent. Keep up the great work, Ingrid!

sherricwalter ,

bought your song

bought your song Ingrid Michaelson in support of TripleVMusic

BrianSwaldi ,

Miss simple and beautiful early albums

Oh heck no and no, it doesn't make sense.

Why are my former favorite female singers like Ingrid and Colbie trying to pull down pop-tart fans? I miss the simple and beautiful early hits. Old Days and Drink You Gone kind've go there, but most of this is fake pop garbage. Where are songs like You and I?

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