Album reviews: Megan O’Neill, the Paper Kites and Loretta Lynn
A second album from the Kildare singer-songwriter, a new recording from the Australian folk band with guest vocalists and album number 46 from the country-singing legend make up this week’s reviews
Getting Comfortable with Uncertainty (Self-released)
Writ large across Kildare singer-songwriter Megan O’Neill’s second album is the following message: life is always going to change, so you might as well get used to it. A noticeable progression from her 2018 debut Ghost of You, this follow-up touches on common topics with strong autobiographical threads running through them. The titles alone tell a story: Head Under Water, Rootless, Sometimes...
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