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Generally favorable reviews - based on 13 Critic Reviews What's this?

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Generally favorable reviews- based on 16 Ratings

  • Summary: The fourth full-length release for the British singer-songwriter was funded from a Kickstarter campaign.
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
  1. Mar 29, 2018
    Nash hasn't just tried to continue her legacy as one of the UK's most iconic, honest and innovative pop sensations… she has completely rewritten it.
  2. Mar 30, 2018
    The startling openness with which Kate writes is nothing but warming.
  3. Apr 4, 2018
    Yesterday Was Forever provides plenty of evidence that she can still hit top form when she wants to.
  4. Mar 29, 2018
    At 14 tracks, it feels pretty indulgent--only amplifying the fact that excluding a few choice cuts, these songs aren’t really all that good.
  5. May 4, 2018
    Nash calls herself and this approach contradictory, and maybe that's the best way to describe this album, but that carries a semblance of dismissing the issues she sings through and the realities she and her fans, listeners, and others experience all too often.
  6. Q Magazine
    Apr 10, 2018
    Admittedly, the mostly spoken Musical Theatre is indulgent twaddle and she often squawks where others sing, but there's Hole-like grit to both Life In Oink and the raised middle finger of Hate You, where cascading choruses butt against stroppy verses. [Jun 2018, p.113]
  7. 40
    Her winning formula back in 2010 was blunt honesty delivered in the form of spoken-word style poetry. Back then, she doled out witty, tongue-in-cheek observations and wry take-downs with ease. Attempts to recapture this style are marred by lazy rhymes and a delivery that’s often more just her speaking over the track.

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