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  • Summary: The debut full-length release for British pop artist Phoebe Green was produced by Kaines & Tom A.D.
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  1. Aug 18, 2022
    90
    Spoken word moments peppered throughout hark back to the ‘80s on an album that pushes musical boundaries well past the present day. In sound, it’s as bold as the personality that runs through it.
  2. 80
    Green’s studio debut is relentlessly vibrant, an album that writhes and squirms in the eternally unpleasant truth that we are creatures of inconsistency and contradiction.
  3. Aug 18, 2022
    80
    Despite the often heavy lyrical content, Lucky Me mostly sounds light and fresh – with perhaps only Leach’s self-loathing becoming a bit oppressive towards the end of the record.
  4. 80
    Green’s debut foray into a full-length project highlights and accentuates her brilliant ability of penning narratives and churning out infectious alt-pop cuts.
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    Aug 31, 2022
    80
    Her candid, self-interrogating lyrics and glassy, soulful voice take centrestage. [Oct 2022, p.29]
  6. Aug 18, 2022
    80
    Phoebe Green explores and elevates her creative visions with ‘Lucky Me’, with helping hands by some of pop’s most innovative producers; Kaines and Tom A.D as well as lead producer for the album, Dave McCracken.
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