Ellen lends her unique and poetic point of view in a way that is relatable and empowering. She brazenly delivers a thoughtful take on the conversation of guns and protection with “Your Boyfriend’s Gun” released as a Digital 7” with b-side “Autumn Sweater” (Yo La Tengo cover), explaining, "Your Boyfriend’s Gun is about loving people who love men with guns. it’s about the conversation of what protection is, how a person can claim they’re protecting and caring for you when they are putting you in harm’s way in ways they can’t process."
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Like reading the diary of a loved one who passed before their time. Memory for memories I've never had. A further evolution of Anna Burch's style from Quit the Curse, but no less timeless for it. This album shifts away from the more experimental/instrumental styles of Quit the Curse, and in its place more massively emphasizes Anna Burch's divine song-writing. Aske Brown