Reviews Pour In for "Weird" from Juliana Hatfield - available 1/18/19

“Far from reclusive, Weird is a gregarious, idiosyncratic pop album that invites the listener to meet it on its own terms, but Hatfield is absolutely fine if it's rejected. She's cool being on her own.” - All Music

“A collection of acerbic gems from the Nineties star – complaints like “Paid to Lie” and “Everything’s for Sale” are leavened by her hard-candy coo, sticky melodies and gnarly riffs.” – Rolling Stone

“…32 years after she debuted with the brilliant indie-pop band Blake Babies, Hatfield has never grown complacent, and continually puts new shine on her wry alt-rock storytelling” - The Guardian UK

“…two highlights are All Right, Yeah and Do It To Music, both joyous testaments to strapping on headphones and dancing alone to make everything a whole lot better.” “ - Sydney Morning Herald

Contrasting thematically, Hatfield’s previous solo album of original material, 2017’s Pussycat, dealt exclusively, and decisively, with the current commander-in-chief after the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Nearly two years later, with other projects mixed between, Weird is no less powerful, and the topic—Hatfield herself—is no less important.” – Cryptic Rock

"Few artists can claim to have as bulletproof a back catalog as Juliana Hatfield. If you’ve dug any of her records along the way, then you’ve probably dug them all” - SoundBlab

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