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Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful

British singer’s debut LP offers folk-pop pleasures

Flo Morrissey

Sophie Harris Taylor

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When Flo Morrissey rhapsodizes about “singing through the sky,” it’s easy to imagine her floating through the clouds with a golden lyre. Joanna Newsom producer Noah Georgeson provides the enchanted-forest backdrops for the 20-year-old Brit’s ethereal voice; you’ll get lost in the lush romanticism of “Why,” and the terrifically titled “I Only Like His Hat, Not Him” oozes woozy charm. At times, her melancholy lilt evokes that other Morrissey, but when she sings, “Please don’t think I’m sad/Happiness is my friend in the end,” heaven knows Flo isn’t miserable now.

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