Dreamy, vintage soul
On Atlanta Millionaires Club, Faye Webster sings of lonesomeness, quotidien life and introversion.
Between her photography of Atlanta rap big-shots, her passion for indie folk, her avid support of the Braves (the baseball team whose jersey she often wears), her unusual normcore look, and an album cover that shows her mouth covered in molten chocolate from a handful of golden coins, Faye Webster (21) aligns a series of improbable discrepancies. Fortunately, upon listening, it is not overwhelming; here is a collection of rather impeccable tracks of a dreamy, vintage soul. We can find hints of Natalie Prass but also of the Americana that Webster cherishes (the pedal steel guitar on What used to Be Mine and Room temperature) and nonchalant hip-hop (Father lends his laid-back flow to Flowers). Atlanta Millionaires Club is an album to kick back to on a large bed of soft R&B. Joyous.
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