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Seeing Other People is curiously positioned as Foxygen's most recent last-ever album. With every album the band dies; with every album the band is reborn. But unlike the last-ever Foxygen albums before it, this one seems to have a self-effacing bittersweetness to it that signifies some sort of passing; some sort of white flag. But it SOUNDS in no way like a band giving up. It has experiments in tone and genre the likes of which we've not heard on a Foxygen record since... Starpower?; since 21st Century?; since Take the Kids? You don't need our hot take on this thing.
1.1 Work 1.2 Mona 1.3 Seeing Other People 1.4 Face the Facts 1.5 Livin' a Lie 1.6 The Thing Is 1.7 News 1.8 Flag at Half-Mast 1.9 The Conclusion