15 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Three years after the release of her debut solo album, Sannie Fox’s My Soul Got Stranger is a calculated evolution from her blues sound. Incorporating elements of psychedelia (“Vibra Snake”), gritty soul (“Sorrow”) and folk (“Me and the Man”), the singer-songwriter embraces compositional complexity—multiple-part vocals, keyboards and synthesisers—resulting in new sonic flourishes. Lyrically, Fox revels in her ballads, dealing with themes of desertion, general heartache and how you need to realise when it’s time to cut your losses. But it's the expansion of her musical arsenal that underlines My Soul Got Stranger’s unique ebb and flow.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Three years after the release of her debut solo album, Sannie Fox’s My Soul Got Stranger is a calculated evolution from her blues sound. Incorporating elements of psychedelia (“Vibra Snake”), gritty soul (“Sorrow”) and folk (“Me and the Man”), the singer-songwriter embraces compositional complexity—multiple-part vocals, keyboards and synthesisers—resulting in new sonic flourishes. Lyrically, Fox revels in her ballads, dealing with themes of desertion, general heartache and how you need to realise when it’s time to cut your losses. But it's the expansion of her musical arsenal that underlines My Soul Got Stranger’s unique ebb and flow.

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