"Price is admired in the power pop community, an oft-insular world that lives and dies on catchy hooks and earworm-worthy melodies. But Price’s brand of stickiness is less rigid and more pessimistic, and recalls the music of songwriters including Alex Chilton, Gene Clark and Aimee Mann, none of whom ever shied away from hard emotion.
Plus, the album is less claustrophobic than a genre album, and revels in spacious, inventive arrangements and instrumental flourishes."
- Randall Roberts, 6/2/17
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