Let's face it...it's a grower but what a grower! Don't expect anything like Not A Pretty Girl or even Puddle Dive. It's something new, fresh and original. I always avoid comparing early works with more mature ones, one might like them or not, they're just different. Red year letter is different but it can also open new doors for her music. It's her most homogeneous and maybe adventurous she has done (lots of synthesizers) since Up Up Up Up Up, even better. It's a very good album, it feels distant after one listen but it just forces you to get back to it over and over again until you actually love it. It's an album to be drown in. The sound is cool (in every way and meanings), laid-back, fire within ice. She's constantly changing and her music is following her. This new stage is very welcome and I hope she will go further than that in the future.