Anna Calvi: Hunter review – a filmic pop dreamscape


Anna Calvi’s third album is everything she has ever promised, and more: a serious-minded collection of pop songs about desire, control and gender, which are still compelling even if you choose never to listen to a single lyric.

It is built around the brilliant use of contrasting moods and textures, not just between songs, but within them: Wish switches, heart-stoppingly, between elasticised propulsion and a musical dreamscape, which feels like an aural representation of that moment in films when you see, from underwater, someone suddenly immersed.

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