Olivia Rodrigo’s Sharp Debut Album, Sour, Confirms That Metaphor And Ambiguity Are So Last Generation.

Great breakups aren’t just painful; they’re surreal—a space-time fissure, a smack from God, a bulletin that you’re not the world’s protagonist. This is heavy stuff at any age but especially when you’re dealing with it for the first time, which means that some of the most mystic meditations on breakups have come from teen singers. Read Spencer Kornhaber’s complete review in The Atlantic.