Three ladies seamlessly merge early 60s girl group pop with 90s riot grrl sensibilities. Holy smokes!
The songs themselves are beautiful gems, honed to a rough grace. The melodies are deceptively simple, and the songs themselves unfold in slightly unexpected ways. The deft undercutting of traditional pop is yet another stylish turn that warms my ears.
Lovely and engaging, this album trips and gallops along with surprising glee. If Blush doesn't bring a smile to your face, you should seek professional help. Night School may just be starting, but this album shows that the trio has already arrived.
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