Every song, every track feels like another grand nature vista, each with its own architecture but equally a feast for the eyes and ears. “ Just a Feeling” sounds like waking up to a transport over a rocky mountain pass above the main treeline looking up to a cliff that reveals a valley where the sky and earth touch on “ Calling U Back”.
“All I Really Want Is You” is a meadow staring up at the sky as her silky sweet voice says “ tripping with you”, you leave your body to watch yourselves enjoying the meadow, in the rain, in the middle of June. “Habla con Ella” sounds like the curtains opening for the ballet of velvet sonics and sharp strikes of vivid metaphor on “Little by Little” that would be the sneakier seductive version of Billie Eilish’s “you should see me in a crown” as “Little By Little” translates to “one by one”.
These songs all sound purely different yet the sound and feeling connected through, that weaves within this album is calming, trance-like, and high-frequency. Dancing between sultry Spanish and potent English, you almost miss the quick bit of French added within the album.
. Each song has purpose, a different feeling, a different mental picture that takes you through with guitars, percussion and bass with tinges of synth and orchestral interludes. From love to love missed, and if this all sounds like a lot to put on an album, when you hear it, you’ll be taken aback at how minimalist the album is in its sound palette.
No seriously the album cover gives a lot of inspiration from the most recent Tame Impala album, and induces a more seductive impression of Tame Impala, this just…. “Fog as a Bullet”, it feels like being in love, drunk off wine and a lover on a cobblestone street with outfits that by themselves would oppose each other but draped on your respective bodies work in harmony. “Talk to Her” is a rolling credit of guided meditation that speaks to the future, acknowledges the past, and can be stenciled in to how you’re viewing the present.
This CINEMA has no skips. Beginning to end.