The album is inspired by her taste for psychological thriller films. It’s a concept album really. It tells the story of a fictional character through the 10-track LP.
You get the sense that it’s definitely about a romance that starts off awesomely in “Trophy Girl” then the fights start to brew in “Bloodbath.” The romance and love may have not been what they both thought it was. The last track on the album is “Miss You Bad.” It feels like a conclusion to the story, a yearning to go back to the relationship but knowing they still must go on with their life.
I’m not really sure where the ‘psychological thriller’ love comes in but you definitely can’t help but think of powerful 80s music like Pat Benatar.
I didn’t know about White Widow until now and chances are I probably won’t be following her career after this but there isn’t a doubt about whether I’ll remember her. Her music isn’t my style but she’s got a beautiful voice that makes you feel her pain.
A Psychological Thriller is definitely one of the better albums I’ve heard all year.
It’s made for guys and girls believe it or not, though the guys probably won’t admit that they like the record.