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All of This Will End by Indigo De Souza

Indigo De Souza

All of This Will End

Release Date: Apr 28, 2023

Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock

Record label: Saddle Creek Records


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Album Review: All of This Will End by Indigo De Souza

Great, Based on 4 Critics

Under The Radar - 80
Based on rating 8/10

There's a bravery to Indigo De Souza's songwriting that is becoming more clear with each album: it's the nakedness of emotion. De Souza never hides behind or obscures her message, she states it plainly and openly and allows you to come along for the ride (or not). Not that there's a lack of poetry in her lyrics, but the clear-eyed storytelling of, say, "The Water," in which De Souza goes skinny-dipping, and remembers a quick tryst, has a chorus consisting of, "I really love/I really love/I really love/The water." This simplicity allows De Souza to juggle more themes and undercurrents, from hope in the face of limitation to the ecstatic pleasures of simplicity.

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Sputnikmusic - 76
Based on rating 3.8/5

A total mess of an album which is worth your time Full disclosure: my personal opinion of Indigo De Souza's breakout 2021 album Any Shape You Take is less glowing than most - for me, its brilliant attributes were at least partially counterbalanced by a lack of cohesion and a rather uneven quality throughout the tracklist. That said, the album's unusually diverse blend of Japanese Breakfast-style bouncy pop with grungy rock and distressingly emotional shrieks on the unique "Real Pain", all tied together as best as possible by De Souza's blunt and unrelenting lyrical delivery, were imbued with an obvious sense of potential. In addition, the wide-ranging nature of the effort left the next step in the young singer-songwriter's trajectory intriguingly up-in-the-air.

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No Ripcord - 70
Based on rating 7/10

Though her emotions are laid as bare as 2021's breakthrough Any Shape You Take, Indigo De Souza furthers her songwriting acumen on her third album. The Asheville, North Carolina, singer-songwriter continues to deliver warm, guitar-driven pop against sharp blasts of angst, as demonstrated on You Can Be Mean and Always. The former is especially disturbing, where she doesn't mince words about a toxic partner she describes as having a dad who "was an asshole growing up." While on the latter, she doesn't think too highly of her own.

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DIY Magazine
Opinion: Very Good

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