Abby Sage - 'The Rot'

7/10

Over the last few years, Canadian-British singer-songwriter Abby Sage has sought to become one of the more spellbinding names on the alt-pop scene. Brimming with this beautifully alluring sense of wonder with everything she does, her tenure to date has been littered with some wonderfully expressive offerings, building upon her already tantalising reputation to date. Now with plenty of buzz under her belt, she returns to deliver her long-awaited debut album 'The Rot', a record that shines throughout.

Much like what we have come to expect from her in recent times, 'The Rot' presents itself as a beautifully serene listen that looks to lure you in with its rich and enigmatic aesthetics from beginning to end. With Sage's ever-illuminating vocals perfectly suiting this more subdued angle throughout this new offering, she adopts this humbled direction that both heightens and elevates her passionate songwriting at every turn.

Keeping the textures soft and the production airy gives 'The Rot' this brilliantly immersive sound, which has quickly become Abby Sage's MO in recent years. Moving with a subtle elegance between each track, she cements herself as a bright and wondrous name on the rise with this one.

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