- 22 August 2018
- by Brittany Spanos
Mitski’s power is in her extremes. Vulnerability so delicate it makes porcelain look like steel, often mixed with raw, raging musicality to make for searing, gut-wrenching moments. Be the Cowboy, released last Friday, finds Mitski steadily spiraling into her most tumultuous, painful inner thoughts while honing in on that aforementioned sonic dichotomy. Much like its name promises, “A Pearl” is a shining moment of reflection wedged in between the hard-shelled submission to her own loneliness that encapsulates the entire album.
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“You’re growing tired of me,” she softly sings
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