Eclectic indie songstress Vienna Teng continues her enchanting disregard for genre on her fourth album, which ranges from a gospel-fueled stomper called "Grandmother Song" to an arty, Tori Amos-like piano ballad called "Stray Italian Greyhound" to a possible radio hit with the bouncy "White Light." As always, Teng's vocal and melodic gifts are remarkable, making each of these 12 songs a special treat. Guests include fellow young singer-songwriters Ari Hest and Noe Venable and gifted indie pop guitarist Kaki King.
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AllMusic Review by Charity Stafford