12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Emma-Lee Moss’s third album ruminates on the difficulties of finding love and the human touch in the digital age. As tricky as that search may be in everyday life, her music succeeds perfectly. Second Love’s folky spirit is decorated with synths and electronica but spare enough to allow the warmth of her vulnerability and romantic candor to shine through. From the muted euphoria of “Hyperlink” to the lovesick hum of “Lost in You”, it’s a mix that’s gently–but consistently–captivating.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Emma-Lee Moss’s third album ruminates on the difficulties of finding love and the human touch in the digital age. As tricky as that search may be in everyday life, her music succeeds perfectly. Second Love’s folky spirit is decorated with synths and electronica but spare enough to allow the warmth of her vulnerability and romantic candor to shine through. From the muted euphoria of “Hyperlink” to the lovesick hum of “Lost in You”, it’s a mix that’s gently–but consistently–captivating.

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