Raw Ramp’s Neil Mach reviews The Cheek of Her’s new album “Adult Angst Anonymous”! Excerpts can be read below, or for the full article please go to the following link:http://rawramp.me/2014/09/12/the-cheek-of-her-and-adult-angst/
The Cheek of Her – a dramatic voice that is so treacherously perplexed, it could make a grown man grimace…
“The album begins with the mournful piano ripples of ‘Adult Angst Anonymous’ – this is (for us) very reminiscent of Eight Line Poem by David Bowie (on Hunk Dory) – the same indolent, almost lazy, approach and the terrible anguish in the unfocused vocal parts. That voice – it’s kooky. It’s quirky. But it works away like a silk-moth – weaving shapes inside your skull.”
“This is an amazing collection of authentic songs….
Cracking girl power attitude, with a dramatic voice that is so treacherously perplexed, it could make a grown man grimace.”