Butterfly Boucher

Remember Butterfly Boucher? Her 2004 ethereal pop debut, Flutterby, seemed to have been overshadowed by similarly styled albums by Jem and Imogen Heap and I’d lost track of her since then. So when I stumbled upon Butterfly Boucher’s new self-titled album during my annual promo cleanout, I was surprised to hear her music has taken on a darker, stronger, more dramatic – but still catchy – pop sound. The slinky “5678!” and syncopated “The Weather” are the standouts. Other highlights are “Unashamed Desire” and “Table for One.”

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  1. You can definitely hear her influence on Missy Higgins and/or vice vesra, though to my ear Missy Higgins’ The Oil’ Razzle Dazzle is a much better album.

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