14 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sydney singer-songwriter Celia Pavey first tasted fame in 2013 when she stunned judges on Australia’s The Voice. With Perennial, she reenters the spotlight with a sound and style so artful and adventurous that her TV days feel like a past life. It's a particularly exciting debut thanks to a cool contrast between modern electronic instrumentals (“Lady Powers”) and Pavey’s goosebumps-inducing voice, which floats between Kate Pierson, Sinead O’Connor, and Lorde.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sydney singer-songwriter Celia Pavey first tasted fame in 2013 when she stunned judges on Australia’s The Voice. With Perennial, she reenters the spotlight with a sound and style so artful and adventurous that her TV days feel like a past life. It's a particularly exciting debut thanks to a cool contrast between modern electronic instrumentals (“Lady Powers”) and Pavey’s goosebumps-inducing voice, which floats between Kate Pierson, Sinead O’Connor, and Lorde.

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