Lykke Li


#1

#2

Massively disappointing


#3

I think both tracks are great

:star:


#4

I only gave them one listen so perhaps guilty of judging too soon.


#5

No, I still think the songs have dreadful production that sounds like something that belongs on a Now That’s What I Call Music collection. I liked her earlier, poppier style.


#6

ahhh well - sounds fantastic to me - was a big fan of last bon iver album though and hear elements of that


#7

Enjoying the Rostam production on Hard Rain, but not so into Deep End.

Overall a bit disappointed as I have been rediscovering Wounded Rhymes recently, forgot how much I like it.


#8

I hear elements of on trap/Cardi B/whatever the hell is popular now on Deep End.


#9

agree Hard Rain is better, Deep End sounds a lot like Banks who was basically trying to be a trap Lykke Li like 5 years ago now


#10

#11

Really like the new stuff (especially Utopia and Hard Rain). Sonically very different from the sad lush love songs on the last album, but somehow evokes a pretty similar sense of melancholy and nostalgia. It’s that damp-summer-day vibe she nails so well, makes me feel like I’m back at school or something, it’s weird


#12

I really like Utopia, sounds like a lovely album closer


#13

Swimming pool, swimming pool
Swimming pool, swimming pool
Indigo, @deep-blue, @deep-blue
Oh, baby I know where you’ve been
I know where you’ve been, in the deep end


#14

Love this :heart:


#15

All of these new tracks have really grown on me, looking forward to the new album


#16

#17

Some of the new songs have the most cringeworthy production.

Her attempts to ‘get down with the kids’ often result in a really vacuous, commercial sound that doesn’t sound like her any more.

Lost a lot of respect for her with this change of direction.


#18

Imagine if Lykke Li came onstage to a sold out audience.


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