10 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I am different than I used to be,” sings Megan Bonnell on Separate Rooms' opener, “Breakdown.” It’s a line about hardship and rebuilding—two themes on the Toronto singer's third full-length, which was written during a period of loss and depression. Somber piano ballads like “What’s Good for You” and “Can’t Be Undone” explore the shadows, while the jangly, Joni Mitchell-esque “California" dreams of sunnier days.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I am different than I used to be,” sings Megan Bonnell on Separate Rooms' opener, “Breakdown.” It’s a line about hardship and rebuilding—two themes on the Toronto singer's third full-length, which was written during a period of loss and depression. Somber piano ballads like “What’s Good for You” and “Can’t Be Undone” explore the shadows, while the jangly, Joni Mitchell-esque “California" dreams of sunnier days.

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