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Review: Jade Bird powers through on uneven debut album

It takes a couple of songs for Jade Bird's self-titled debut album to reveal its reason for being. The low-key "Ruins" boasts a pleasant chorus and "Lottery" underlines this British singer-songwriter's debt to

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