Since dropping her album Curiouser about a month ago, Kate Miller-Heidke has been making waves with critics across the board. Last week, she caught the attention of the always-respectable New York Times. In terms of the album, Jon Pareles of the NYTimes wrote:
“The songs switch off between sass and sincerity, and the sass — with crisp, pointed, slightly campy arrangements — makes the first impression with songs like ‘God’s Gift to Women’ and ‘I Like You Better When You’re Not Around.’ But in ‘Caught in the Crowd,’ an unapologetic high-school memory, she also reveals some heart.“
It’s impressive that Pareles caught on most to “Caught In The Crowd.” You can read the full critique here and check out the video for “Caught In The Crowd” on Kate Miller-Heidke’s .