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Deep wounds and deadpan wit from a rising indie rock singer/songwriter. Opening with a fairytale romance that ends with our protagonist sweeping up her departed Romeo’s cookie wrappers (“Happy”), Puberty 2 is a wry, beautifully written album that’s as skeptical of love as it is powerless against it. “I will go jogging routinely/Calmly and rhythmically run,” she sings amid the propulsive shoegazing of “Fireworks.” “And when I find that a knife sticking out of my side I’ll pull it out without questioning why.”

Customer Reviews

Wow! Just WOW!

Heard “Your Best American Girl” on the radio and was so captured by that one song that I went back and listened to Mitski’s previous work. Immediately purchased every album she has put out so far. What incredible music! So beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time. Some of Mitski’s previous work kind of reminds me of Tori Amos (especially during her Little Earthquakes/Under the Pink years) which is also amazing music. Anyone who hasn’t taken the time to listen to all of Mitski’s work so far, it’s an absolute must for anyone who appreciates great, thoughtful music.

In love with this

Mitski's sound is everything I didn't know I needed until I heard her. I'm in love with this album and all of her other work. 15/10 <3


Only rating on the first track, but Mitski is rocking. Song full of emotion through both sounds and lyrics. Can't wait to hear the rest.


Born: 1990 in Japan

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

In 1990 the Miyawaki family was living in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but her pregnant mother wanted the unborn Mitski to have a Japanese passport, so she flew back to Japan to give birth, and then promptly returned to central Africa. Traveling would become something of a theme for the young Mitski -- her family moved from one Army base to the next before finally settling in Turkey around the time she was 18. Having accrued all the credits she needed to complete school, Mitski graduated...
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