Release Date: 30 August 2019
Limited Edition Yellow Vinyl.
"The songwriter's most direct and brash album yet has no time for saxophones or keyboards. She gives specific, unpoetic examples and doesn't mince words. Ezra Furman is a highly thoughtful interviewee, often at the expense of convenient, neatly packaged answers." - Pitchfork
"It’s the harshest record she has made. The absence of saxophonist Tim Sandusky means there is no softness to the corners, just jagged edges – but the melodies are still indelible, the hooks still exhilarating. It’s the sound of someone exploding." - The Guardian
"Twelve Nudes’, the Chicago punk’s short and sharp blast of protest songs, was equally inspired, it seems, by the social and political upheaval of 2018 and the impact that Green Day’s instantly rewarding 1994 pop-punk masterpiece ‘Dookie’ had upon her as a young music fan. Most of these songs don’t trouble the three-minute mark, bristling as they do with restless energy and desperate indignation."- NME