The Last Of The 20th Century Girls
‘The Last of the 20th Century Girls’ is the storied second album from London-based artist Findlay - a full-fedged offering born of a personal journey that sees her at her most open, transparent, and introspective yet, drawing upon her own personal experiences since the release of fulllength 2017 debut ‘Forgotten Pleasures’ With complex, fully-realised themes ranging from grief and loss to the struggle of losing and re-building one’s confdence, through to the challenges and pitfalls of the past couple of years, all serve to inspire a range of tracks across the album.
Mastered by fve-time Grammy award winning engineer Antoine ‘Chab’ Chabert (Daft Punk, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Sebastien Tellier) and self-described as a “late coming of age story”, drenched in nostalgia, melancholy and the kind of strange experiences only a misunderstood millennial could have; the album effortlessly blends a diverse melting pot of breezy alt-indie, psychedelic pop, dreamy lo-f chill, indie- rock and expansive cinematic sounds. It’s Findlay at her genre- melting fnest, and a sharp, tasteful insight into her unique artistic psyche; a perfect representation of her impeccable alternative sound.
- Life Is But A Dream
- The End Of The World
- Night Sweats
- Strange One
- The Parisienne
- Not If You Were The Last Honey On Earth
- In Love Again
- Somehow, Someday
- The Last Of The 20th Century Girls
- Wave Attack