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Anna McClellan's "Flailing Orbits" is pessimistic, but in a wonderful way

Anna McClellan's "Flailing Orbits" is pessimistic, but in a wonderful way

"My head spins like Earth itself," sings Anna McClellan on her newest single "Flailing Orbits." She shows a wonderful, healthy amount of self-awareness, admitting to deep-rooted pessimism and a complicated, flailing relationship. An almost dreary-sounding vocal performance works surprisingly well in this song, but McClellan confidently admits towards the end of the track: "for the first time in a while / I'm not dying to see your smile." Who needs optimism, anyway? Anna McClellan shows that feeling a little bit of existential dread is just fine, too. -Geena Kloeppel

Published: January 24, 2018 |

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