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But, if we’re taking a look at the voices that have defined this specific thread of diaristic storytelling in recent years – the Phoebe Bridgers’, the Angel Olsens, the Mitskis – the emergence of an artist like Gracie Abrams as a strong, fresh voice in the mix is one that shouldn’t be surprising. Grouped together in the mid-section of the album, the likes of ‘I Should Hate You’, ‘Will You Cry?’ and ‘Amelie’ have the tendency to blend together in a way that strips each of their individualism. Abrams’ creative relationship with producer and co-writer Aaron Dessner is central to Good Riddance. While the two collaborated on a few songs for her 2021 EP This Is What It Feels Like, Abrams described their dynamic on this record as “a very tiny bubble, which felt like such a safe space to work through what I needed to process in these songs.” This comfort is palpable across the record: There are moments that display an admirable capacity for self-interrogation (“Used to lie to your face 20 times in a day/It was my little strange addiction” on “Best”), even if others feel like a middle school lesson on writing a metaphor (“I’m your ghost right now/Your house is haunted”; “I’m a rollercoaster/You’re a dead-end street” on “I know it won’t work” and “Full machine,” respectively).
When Good Riddance was first announced, Abrams said that “writing this record allowed me to grow up in ways I needed to. It forced me to reflect and be accountable.
Fandoms connect with this level of relatability, as much as they do with the euphoria that comes with the big-hitting pop notes of a Rina Sawayama or Charli XCX. It’s what has made pop music of the last few years so engaging and easy to become enamoured with.The EP gave us some heavier topics, treated with tenderness and openness (‘For Real This Time’, ‘Feels Like’); Good Riddance takes those high points and goes deeper. Abrams balances melancholy with optimism – providing the listener with numerous easy entry points to her world. In support of Minor, Abrams scheduled the I've Missed You, I'm Sorry tour.  It covered North America and the United Kingdom with 11 dates. It started on September 1, 2021, in Santa Ana, California, and concluded on October 20, 2021, in London, England. The tour also supported her singles "Mess It Up" and "Unlearn" with Benny Blanco.