Riding the wave of young artists examining their emotional vulnerability and self-doubt, Reneé Rapp's Snow Angel captures the insecurity of trying to interact with the world around us. Seems a bit vague, yes. But honestly that’s the reality we live in, one in which we are forced to confront what’s real and tangible versus the backrooms simulation we’ve seemed to clip into. Rapp does this with all the same sensitivity and unsubtle honesty of her peers, but she houses it in a truly powerful vocal performance. More Pat Benatar than Olivia Rodrigo, she lands somewhere between ’80s power balladry and the genre-hopping dexterity of Willow.
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