Aldous Harding has been referred to as cryptic, unreachable and uncategorizable. She creates music that has been dubbed folk, alternative, gothic folk, and surreal pop. Her voice is a shifting tremolo, stretching toward a compact muffle and back again within the space of seconds.
Yet one thing about the New Zealand singer-songwriter is beyond debate: Since her 2014 self-titled debut, she has undergone a Bowie-ish transformation that she has taken a step further with her new album, Warm Chris.
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