Lookbook reviewed on Pitchfork
We received a tip to check out Pitchfork today, where Lookbook's single "True to Form" off of their latest album, Wild at Heart, has received a 6 from the tastemaking site. The review was even penned by a Minneapolis writer (and occasional City Pages contributor), Jonathan Garrett, who had kind things to say about lead singer Maggie Morrison in particular:
"True to Form" is sweetly nostalgic, but with a subtle, lingering sense of loss-- the mark of a band that has weathered the hardships of the late 2000s. As on most of their just-released debut, Wild at Heart, Cutler's melody is steady without being steely, but Morrison is the real draw, her wounded quaver providing the missing link between Cyndi Lauper and Karen O.
Read Jonathan's full review of "True to Form" here. Congrats to yet another hometown act highlighted by Pitchfork this year!
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