Savages’ Jehnny Beth talks about Adore Life and her songwriting process

Last week, Savages released Adore Life, an album of occasionally menacing, frequently desperate, and sometimes tender love songs. The London-based quartet’s 2013 debut Silence Yourself put them most obviously in the tradition of English post-punk from the late 1970s and early 1980s, but their intense recordings and ferocious live shows made them a modern favorite. Adore Life further widens the group’s spectrum by embracing elements of hard rock and brooding ballads, amid lyrics about how “love is a disease, the strongest addiction I know.”

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