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article imageReview: Marina and The Diamonds amazing on new album 'Froot' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Mar 28, 2015 in Music
Marina and The Diamonds released her brand new album, "Froot," on Atlantic Records and it is absolutely perfect from start to finish.
Marina wrote and composed all twelve tracks on the album. It opens with the ethereal "Happy," and it is followed by the title track tune "Froot." "I'm a Ruin" is yet another delicate ballad, while "Blue" is a lyrically-powerful uptempo tune.
"Forget" is extremely catchy and radio-friendly, with a liberating message and a calming vibe. "Gold" is equally fun, with its clapping beats. While the empowering "Can't Pin Me Down" may contain an explicit lyric, it is a well-crafted feminist anthem that will resonate well with her female listeners. "Solitaire" is haunting and distinct due to its electronic nature.
"Better Than That" is uplifting and soothing, while she changes the pace of her record with the bittersweet ballad, "Weeds." Her vocals are crystalline on "Savages" and it closes with "Immortal," the latter of which is reminiscent of an Evanescence vocal.
Fans can check the album out on iTunes by clicking here.
The Verdict
This album proves that Marina and The Diamonds is one limitless musician. She can do it all: write these incredible songs, sing them and even co-produce them with David Kosten. Her vocals are warm and pitch-perfect, and her album's production is brilliant. Froot earns 5 out of 5 stars.
For more information on Marina and The Diamonds and Froot, check out her official website.
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