Ladyhawke – Anxiety (Album Review)

Ladyhawke’s award-winning debut album landed in 2008, and Anxiety is her first follow-up. This diverse album, which resonates with the themes of isolation, lost love, losing control and living in your head, retains Ladyhawke’s trademark 80s pop appeal but also edges into the sunnier, grungier 90s.

Click here to read the entire review and listen to a track from the new album.

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