• Record Label: Anti-
  • Release Date: Aug 26, 2022

Generally favorable reviews - based on 13 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
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  1. Aug 25, 2022
    Cheeky, subversive ‘I Saw The Truth Undressing’ seems to sum up this wonderful, enlightening record.
  2. Aug 25, 2022
    An album which could well be one of the best released this year – and, in its pleas for solidarity and acceptance, one of the most important and vital records as well.
  3. Aug 30, 2022
    All of Us Flames feels like not only Furman’s most moving work yet, but also her most authentic portrait as an artist and a person.
  4. Aug 30, 2022
    Whether it's a nod of recognition and a helpful hand ("Throne") or a brief dalliance in the moonlight ("Dressed in Black"), All of Us Flames' mission statement is one of resistance, inclusion, and the healing power of finding and protecting your tribe.
  5. Mojo
    Aug 22, 2022
    If All Of Us Flames feels more hopeful, rest assured there is o downscaling of tension or combat. [Sep 2022, p.89]
  6. Aug 22, 2022
    While All of Us Flames peaks in energy early with the tremendous “Forever in Sunset,” one of Furman’s most climactic rock songs since 2018’s “Driving Down to L.A.,” the impact of the album’s latter half comes from its focus on autobiographical minutiae.
  7. 80
    All Of Us Flames reveals a perhaps more humble and equanimous Furman, an empathetic artist still committed to truth-telling, still railing against the injustices of the world.
  8. Aug 22, 2022
    A revitalised rock’n’roll soundtrack for a push towards the brightening of the light. [Sep 2022, p.33]
  9. Aug 26, 2022
    Punk in sentiment, pop in sound, and political for the fact that it exists, All of Us Flames weaves justified fury into a testament to community, borrowing from sounds of the past to envision a less destructive future.
  10. Aug 26, 2022
    As passionately as All of Us Flames dreams of escape, it’s bound to a dystopian reality, where even the dreamiest, most abstract songs aren’t immune from fear.
  11. 60
    Where it works best is that clear marriage of anger and aspiration, interwoven with Furman’s melodic drawl, musical tenderness and reverb. In parts, though, ‘All of Us Flames’ is an example that sometimes less is more.
  12. Aug 24, 2022
    It’s not a bad record, but it’s not quite there.
  13. Sep 7, 2022
    What remains is a record that feels all too groomed, all polished execution and often not well thought out. Music to nod and tap your foot along to, then turn it off and move on.
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  1. Aug 30, 2022
    Solid album throughout though some melodies and songs sound a tad forced and sometimes uninteresting. The strong songs of the album likeSolid album throughout though some melodies and songs sound a tad forced and sometimes uninteresting. The strong songs of the album like ''Forever In The Sunset'' are really good whilst tunes like ''All Sheedy In The Breakfast Club'' could have maybe been left out. Full Review »