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The perfectly arranged order of the songs, the growing depth of the themes touched in each song, harmonized with a very "just as needed" sound production. So different from the first album, yet so similar. It is not a perfect album, of course, as such a thing does not exist, but it helps you imaging one.
Really looking forward to see how this will evolve into the next Phoebe Bridgers big thing.
TLDR: It's ok, I guess fuminides