Never leery of casting herself as the homewrecker, the other woman, or the spurned lover, Loveless writes lyrics that are frank and often explicit. Her songs are based in country, but she tweaks the forms and formulas of the genre with a bleary belligerence that is, more often than not, directed at herself. Her self-destructive streak makes Somewhere Else both a bracing and a deeply harrowing listen.
Somewhere Else by Lydia Loveless
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