Crushing, Australian singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin's masterful sophomore album

Opened with a song about revenge porn and bodily autonomy

"I guess it's just my life, and it's just my body

We often conflate the personal with the political, especially with female songwriters

Jacklin would insist that her songs aren't radical

"Lydia Wears A Cross" finds Jacklin channeling her 7-year-old self in Catholic school

The track sets the tone for an album rife with inconvenient truths