Chicago's boss of the keys returns with an album of musings and implications, but no solid answers. She can string together a melody like no other and that talent is put to great use on these slippery songs. Just when you've got a real grasp, you wake up on the ground 30 seconds later with a head wound.
Her voice, the vulnerability within, and a glorious sound, not overproduced but natural. 'Tender Heart' gets me - resonates in a way that is sad and glorious simultaneously. Discordant guitars behind a clean acoustic and voice ballad. Love her voice, her lyrics. Great album. BikeBoy29