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In The Mountain Was A Mirror: Review and Analysis of Bat For Lashes' "The Bride"

Bat For Lashes’ The Bride, released earlier this summer, begins with hope.

It’s an album about grief and the figure—the archetype, almost—of the bereaved bride. 1,634 more words

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Bat for Lashes - "The Bride"

Nobody wants their art to be called boring. Artists say it in interviews all the time: “You know, you can love or hate my music, as long as you have a reaction to it and care about it. 484 more words

BAT FOR LASHES - "THE BRIDE"

A momentos idealizamos las relaciones y las enaltecemos tanto que se hacen una tragedia Dantesca en la que, a veces, perdemos el hilo de lo que realmente estaba sucediendo en una relación como cualquier otra y que puede ser tan sencilla como complicada. 380 more words

Review | Bat For Lashes - The Bride

Rating: 6/10

By Rosie Enfield

Natasha khans newest creative project is a beautifully conflicting, dystopian wedding nightmare. Similar to a tale from Brothers Grimm, ‘The Bride’ 225 more words

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SEXWITCH – Ha Howa Ha Howa (2015)

Natasha Khan (aka Bat For Lashes) released a new solo album, The Bride, on July 1st but you can’t beat a bit of SEXWITCH…

Bat For Lashes: devil hearts explode

Bat For Lashes | The Bride |  8/10

‘The Bride’ is what might be called a “concept” album. There’s a central narrative: a woman, whose fiancé dies in a crash enroute to their wedding, takes their honeymoon trip alone. 269 more words

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Bat For Lashes - The Bride Review 


The Bride is the fourth studio album for Natasha Khan a.k.a Bat For Lashes. She has shown herself to be an understated creative force in her intimate lyrics and tone and always delivered with a perceptively delicate tone that quivers to a higher point of power and graceful assertion. 525 more words

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