|Label:||Sacred Bones Records|
|Stil:||Indie Pop, Leftfield, Synth-pop|
|Schlagworte:||Album, Limited Edition, LP|
The Practice Of Love
At first listen, The Practice of Love, Jenny Hval’s seventh full-length album, unspools with an almost deceptive ease. Across eight tracks, filled with arpeggiated synth washes and the kind of lilting beats that might have drifted, loose and unmoored, from some forgotten mid-’90s trance single, The Practice of Love feels, first and foremost, compellingly humane.
Friends and collaborators Vivian Wang, Laura Jean Englert, and Felicia Atkinson surface on various tracks, via contributed vocals or through bits of recorded conversation, which further posits the record itself as a kind of ongoing discourse.
|A4||The Practice Of Love|
|B1||Ashes To Ashes|
|B3||Six Red Cannas|