How are you liking Fiona Apple's highly anticipated new album, Fetch the Bolt Cutters, which came out at midnight, so far? I love it, and Pitchfork does too; they gave it a rare perfect 10, their first time awarding the score in nearly a decade, since they gave it to Kanye West's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy in November of 2010. Here's an excerpt of Jenn Pelly's review:

Fetch the Bolt Cutters can threaten the status quo and it can be outrageously funny, often at once. The long-reigning queen of self-isolation proclaims, “I told you I didn’t want to go to this dinner,” to open a song called “Under the Table,” as in: “Kick me under the table all you want/I won’t shut up.” “Rack of His” turns the experience of, well, getting played by a musician, into something hysterically subversive: “Check out that rack of his/Look at that row of guitar necks,” she daydreams, before cutting to the quick: “I thought you would wail on me like you wail on them.” And on “Relay,” after listing off a series of things she resents about an ex, she offers a critique of our hyper-socially-mediated world so savage it practically demands a standing ovation: “I resent you for presenting your life like a fucking propaganda brochure.” With her humor comes a playfulness that is still genuinely disarming to hear from a woman who wrote a song about herself and titled it “Sullen Girl.”

Read the rest here, and stay tuned for our review, which is coming on Monday.

If you haven't heard Fetch the Bolt Cutters yet, purchase or stream it on the service of your choice HERE.