9 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The singer/songwriter strips down, gets intimate, and gets hitched on her fourth album. And that newlywed bliss emanates an unmistakable glow, which she shares on opening number "I Do," an instant wedding must-have with strings gracefully slithering around her Feist-like coos. But Moving Day is not only about life’s big moments, and it transitions gently into the simple pleasures and apprehensions that follow. Riding smooth grooves throughout, Meiko remains a calming presence, even when loneliness kicks in on smoky ballad "Big City" or when her knees weaken on the silky, Stereolab-evoking "I Can't Tell."

EDITORS’ NOTES

The singer/songwriter strips down, gets intimate, and gets hitched on her fourth album. And that newlywed bliss emanates an unmistakable glow, which she shares on opening number "I Do," an instant wedding must-have with strings gracefully slithering around her Feist-like coos. But Moving Day is not only about life’s big moments, and it transitions gently into the simple pleasures and apprehensions that follow. Riding smooth grooves throughout, Meiko remains a calming presence, even when loneliness kicks in on smoky ballad "Big City" or when her knees weaken on the silky, Stereolab-evoking "I Can't Tell."

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