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Tomorrow’s Fire

Squirrel Flower

Tomorrow’s Fire

Third album from the Boston-based songwriter Ella O’Connor Williams produced with Alex Farrar

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  1. 8.8 |   Paste Magazine

    On her best album to date, the Chicago-based project of Ella Williams leans harder than ever into an explosive rock sound
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  2. 8.0 |   Exclaim

    Much like previous Squirrel Flower albums I Was Born Swimming and Planet (i), Tomorrow's Fire feels like a tangible, lived-in location of its own
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  3. 8.0 |   Rolling Stone

    Throughout Tomorrow’s Fire, Williams sounds strategically self-effacing while also cradling a quiet, growing inner certainty. The result feels like the sound of someone coming into their own, albeit not without some rough patches; she still gets good and angry, but where rage used to feel like a deadend in her previous songs, here it drives her forward
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  4. 8.0 |   Mojo

    There's almost too much to bask in. Print edition only

  5. 8.0 |   All Music

    Tomorrow's Fire may be the most melancholic of Squirrel Flower's albums, but its sense of drama is captivating
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  6. 7.8 |   Northern Transmissions

    Squirrel Flower has poured her heart and soul into this release, and the result is nothing short of extraordinary
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  7. 7.4 |   Pitchfork

    The Chicago-based indie rocker beefs up her sound on her third LP. Foregrounding her confident voice and formidable guitar skills, it’s a compact, muscular record guided by a single-minded intensity
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