Limited clear yellow vinyl LP pressing. "Everything has to be said. " This is the conviction guiding Indigo de Souza's sophomore album, Any Shape You Take. This dynamic record successfully creates a container for the full spectrum-pushing through and against every emotion: "I wanted this album to give a feeling of shifting with and embracing change. These songs came from a turbulent time when I was coming to self-love through many existential crises and shifts in perspective. " Faithful to it's name, Any Shape You Take changes form to match the tenor of each story it tells. "The album title is a nod to the many shapes I take musically. I don't feel that I fully embody any particular genre-all of the music just comes from the universe that is my ever-shifting brain/heart/world," says Indigo. This sonic range is unified by Indigo's strikingly confessional and effortless approach to songwriting, a signature first introduced in her debut, self-released LP, I Love My Mom. Written in quick succession, Indigo sees these two records as companion pieces, both distinct but in communion with each other: "Many of the songs on these two records came from the same season in my life and a certain version of myself which I feel much further from now. "