By the ACRN Editorial Team 20. Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever [Loma Vista Recordings; 2022] By Grace Koennecke, Columns Editor As an avid Soccer Mommy fan, her new album this year was nothing short of amazing. Sometimes, Forever is the Nashville singer-songwriter’s most vulnerable piece of work yet, a slow and dark peeling of her…
By Cody Englander, Contributor
[One Little Independent Records; 2022]
Key tracks: Fungal City, Victimhood
Björk makes her triumphant return with Fossora, five years after her previous Utopia, and this new album does not skip a single beat. Fossora differs from Utopia with darker themes, and goes on a more personal journey than usual. The album is a blend of genres as Björk has done previously, but the psychedelic background vocals and instrumentals really separate this work from her others, elevating it. Accompanied by her powerful vocal performances, these elements make for an album that is certainly worth checking out.
[Image courtesy of Pitchfork] By Grace Koennecke, Columns Editor Björk released a new single, “Ovule”, along with an accompanying music video, from her upcoming album, Fossora. The video sees the singer reuniting with director Nick Knight, who directed her “Pagan Poetry” music video back in 2011. The music video shows Björk rocking an eccentric red…