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  • Summary: The second full-length release for the British post-punk band was produced by Dan Carey.
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  1. Positive: 13 out of 14
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  1. Jan 28, 2021
    The quartet’s ability to instrumentally weave among each other has always been one of their great strengths, and here (with the addition of new bassist Holly Mullineaux) the band sound more unified than ever, able to spin strange sonic tales all the better as a result. A triumph.
  2. 80
    It might not hold any firm answers or blazing rebuttals to the world burning up like a flaming, stinking trash can, but crucially it refuses to look away from the mess, and confronts it instead.
  3. Jan 28, 2021
    Goat Girl remain just as captivating as they were amid the spiky guitar and haunting harmonies of their first album, but have made incredible strides in just a couple years.
  4. Jan 28, 2021
    Taken as a whole, On All Fours is an impressive balancing act, creating something fresh from the group's diverse influences. [Feb 2021, p.28]
  5. Feb 1, 2021
    Both nervier and more confident than their debut, On All Fours is a huge step forward from a band that's well-equipped to bring post-punk's legacy into the future.
  6. Feb 11, 2021
    What we have here are some hazy but deeply unsettling observations, carried along effortlessly on a bed of delirious voices, sailing over music quieter, slicker, and tighter than that on Goat Girl's debut.
  7. 60
    Some of this magnificently sullen band’s edges have been filed down; their strides into left field could have been more decisive.

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