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Inspired by the cosmos, Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner addresses life on Earth. Her voice shines over melancholic arrangements, evoking Pacific Northwest indie rock as much as shoegaze. That these subjects could coexist in the same space isn’t unusual (death and sex often mix, especially at the edge of human experience), but Zauner’s gift for connecting specific details to simple metaphor was uniquely affecting.
Her richly observed songs convey intimate details and observations that conjure the immensity of concepts like love, sex, and desire. In its 12 tracks, Soft Sounds From Another Planet is a reflection of grief, which depicts its enduring nature and many manifestations. The album harks to not just a personal past, but also towards a future that encompasses all the fear and excitement of discovering a new planet.
With Soft Sound From Another Planet, Michelle Zauner has moved beyond mourning to a solace far more celestial. The album is a refined study of the complicated effects of grief, as well as a genuine expression of how someone chooses to rebuild themselves after a crucial part of them is taken away.
The best thing about the new Japanese Breakfast album might be the contextual tidbits, which is a bit of a backhanded compliment. Soft Sounds From Another Planet is charming even in its half-successful space-y conception; allegedly, it was meant to be much more sci-fi heavy, but eventually saw itself grounded in Michelle Zauner’s day-by-day (in some cases, month-by-month, and so on) woes. The problem with Soft Sounds is one of conveyance. Rarely do the whimsical songs really aim for the gut. The compositions seem much less remarkable when stripped of the context. It’s easy to love the idea of more than the actual sounds. Little idiosyncrasies are too easy to forget, and yours truly wouldn’t have been able to recite them without the album playing repeatedly in the writing process (not a bad habit regardless, but in this case it was an absolute necessity).
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