Soccer Mommy, the moniker of Tennessee's singer-songwriter Sophia Allison,
debuted under the influence of power-pop of the 1980s (think a female version of
Matthew Sweet) on
For Young Hearts (2016), that contains the first versions of
Inside Out and 3 AM at a Party, and the charming guitar line of
The short eight-song album Collection (2017), that reprises two songs from the debut and adds humble catchy ditties like Death by Chocolate,
was a transitional work.
Clean (Fat Possum, 2018) continued in that vein of introspective
controlled power-pop with Cool
and the barely more energetic Skin and Scorpio Rising,
leaning towards the languid pop ballad (Flaw).
Somewhere between War On Drugs
and Phoebe Bridgers, but a little monotonous.
Color Theory (Loma Vista, 2020) insists on that rather tedious and faceless melodic rock with a number of songs that mostly sound like opener
Bloodstream so that the
dreamy Night Swimming and the
romantic Yellow Is the Color of Her Eyes
end up being the real attractions.
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