16 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jenny Lewis may have dabbled in numerous side projects, but it's her turns in seminal band Rilo Kiley and as a solo artist that have built her reputation for everywoman confessionals and wry humor. Where Rilo Kiley employed nuanced folk and indie-rock stylings through the ‘00s, fusing uptempo songwriting with a lyrical wink on “Portions for Foxes” and “It's a Hit,” Lewis' later solo work leans a little darker and more complex. “Bad Man's World” allies blues phrasing with psych-pop flourishes, while “Just One of the Guys” tackles the societal pressures on women to have children.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jenny Lewis may have dabbled in numerous side projects, but it's her turns in seminal band Rilo Kiley and as a solo artist that have built her reputation for everywoman confessionals and wry humor. Where Rilo Kiley employed nuanced folk and indie-rock stylings through the ‘00s, fusing uptempo songwriting with a lyrical wink on “Portions for Foxes” and “It's a Hit,” Lewis' later solo work leans a little darker and more complex. “Bad Man's World” allies blues phrasing with psych-pop flourishes, while “Just One of the Guys” tackles the societal pressures on women to have children.

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