Senior Laurel Chase said technology made her long-distance relationship easier to handle, as it positively impacted her and her partner.
None of the singers showcased any type of real singing talent or skill. The album is entirely too reminiscent of an EP made on a teenager’s laptop.
In “Something Else,” the Cranberries deliver poignant messages. The album’s orchestral instrumentation seamlessly weaves together the old and the new.
Kesel said a lot of the selected songs reflected how their group feels about politics, and this showcase in particular was more politically fueled than previous showcases.
It may not be a straightforward classic like “good kid, m.A.A.d city,” or sonically experimental like “To Pimp a Butterfly,” but it has mass appeal.