Brooklyn's Class Actress put forth their debut long player, RAPPROCHER. The album sees front person Elizabeth Harper pushing the songs into new directions. Harper remains the force that binds the songs into a cohesive statement, her winking coo darting about in the deep drums and lofty arpeggios, and her passion, backed mostly with electronics, summons thoughts of Yaz's Alison Moyet. In concurrence with the title ('rapprocher' is French for 'bring closer'), the candid sincere lyrics meld with the atmosphere, enveloping the listener into Class Actress's world of 21st century romanticism.
Love Me Like You Used To
Prove Me Wrong
Need To Know
All The Saints
Let Me In
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