This album really had like half it's tracklist in singles, kinda reminds me of ADHD except it would not be fair to compare this album to ADHD quality wise. All the singles ranged from really good to amazing in my opinion, especially tracks like Working For The Knife, which took a while to grow on me but it's probably my favorite Mitski song now. But that track fits under a general area of sound that I think Mitski has already mastered, shown by the similarities it has to the sound of Puberty 2 and what I've heard of Be The Cowboy; what I really want to focus on, which is why I like this album so much, is that Mitski went out and tried to grasp at a different sound alongside the one she's already done so well. And honestly, with tracks like Love Me More, she does that masterfully.
She did great, consistent quality throughout the album, I appreciate this.