Lila Blue — Sweet Pea

Stefanie Cuthbert
November 13, 2023
Rainbow Rodeo

Album four sees Lila Blue (they/she) step off the well-worn path, shucking their former status as a closeted child performer, embracing their non-binary identity, and celebrating queer pleasure. The title track marks the first time the twenty-three year old has ever written about their own sexual agency, with an infectious stomp and lines by turn urgent and joyously erotic. ‘Stranger’ picks up the same thread with its washboard-style shuffle and delicately affecting lyrics, continued by the front porch foot tapper of ‘Lovely Day’.

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