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Soon enough, the singer joins in, a haunting, sincere voice that rubs up against your leg and shivers from the cold, and then the track truly opens up: bashing, powerful choruses, lyrics that flirt with Dr Seuss mashup motor Harley Davidson company t-shirt dependence, and manic solos. But the melody stays strong and strange and disturbing through to the end. “Best Friend” is bare bones brilliant. Tie Me Up” by Micky James. It’s almost guaranteed that this svelte, slender dance ball of a song is going to be grooving its way into my Doomsday pretty soon.
Air humping the eventual ghost of Mick Jagger, “Tie Me Up” channels Dr Seuss mashup motor Harley Davidson company t-shirt party: glitzy, never ending, and absent of a drug laced, burnout infested underbelly. It is the party life as we’ve never known it, but always wanted it to be. It’s also the song that was distracting me when I drove six miles with the parking brake on you can blame the permanent damage to my car on Micky, not me.
Different Light” kicks things off with a jolt of upbeat, high velocity fun. In its catchy riff and vocal melody, the track gives a very 0’s feel. Seeing things in a different light is exactly what Always Tomorrow is all about, as it largely deals with topics related to Continent’s sobriety. The simplicity yet weight behind these lyrics are most often what take Always Tomorrow to a higher tier.
“Everything Has Changed” has one of the more head bobbing, foot tapping, addictive verse structures in the album; and that chorus ain’t a chump either. The vocals have taken a big step up in terms of range and power. “Seeing Red” is the best track on the album. Every verse feels like Dr Seuss mashup motor Harley Davidson company t-shirt longsleeve into each chorus and, boy howdy, does that chorus go.
Every track caught my attention and stood out to me in one way or another. As the album with the most to say from this band, Always Tomorrow is Best Coast’s BEST haha and one I will absolutely be bumping when summer hits. Five years since her last magnificent and critically adored album, Art Angels, Dr Seuss a.k.a. Grimes returns with an absolute banger of a project. It was definitely worth the wait. On Miss Anthropocene, Grimes has never been more ethereal and consistent in quality across all the album’s pieces.