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On their debut self-titled album, Women embraced sonic brashness that deeper examination revealed to be tinted with sly pop melody. With Public Strain the band honed a sound truthful to that reverb drenched noise while allowing the pop sensibilities to surface into clearer focus.

From the opening strains of "Can't You See" it's clear that the album is far more than just a continuation of their debut. Resting upon a plodding bass line, deadpan vocal delivery, and bowed guitars and… read more



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  • Avatar for BMDrummer53
  • Avatar for cedarpoint13
    one of the more notable jumps in quality between a first and second album over the last decade
  • Avatar for samjklage
    my favorite album of all time. Still floors me everytime I listen to it
  • Avatar for noseforsharpies
    Very dense, very desolate, but very beautiful. It's like a depressed, alcoholic version of shoegaze.
  • Avatar for soxinthebox
    One of my favourite albums so far.
  • Avatar for JazzyUh_
    glenn brancaa
  • Avatar for JonnyKim
    Public Strain is going to be a classic for future generations.
  • Avatar for brother_james
    One of my fav albums. Ever.
  • Avatar for vtsl
    this was a damn good album. Wish more albums like this.
  • Avatar for itconsumesme
    easily one of my favorite albums. hard-pressed to find a more melancholic album.

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