16 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

While Sia Furler revisits the sumptuous balladry of her early career, her fourth album begins her transition into a broader talent—witness the empowering “The Girl You Lost to Cocaine” (which plays like an update of Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain”) and the proudly geeky indie pop of “Academia.” Furler sneaks dark and meaningful lyrics into even the most chirpy tracks, but her greatest asset is her bold vocal phrasing—confident yet idiosyncratic, with every line a fresh opportunity for an ambush.

EDITORS’ NOTES

While Sia Furler revisits the sumptuous balladry of her early career, her fourth album begins her transition into a broader talent—witness the empowering “The Girl You Lost to Cocaine” (which plays like an update of Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain”) and the proudly geeky indie pop of “Academia.” Furler sneaks dark and meaningful lyrics into even the most chirpy tracks, but her greatest asset is her bold vocal phrasing—confident yet idiosyncratic, with every line a fresh opportunity for an ambush.

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