‘Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film)’ tells of the artist’s unrequited love that manifested into the most popular music album in the world. Sharing intimate details never broached before, the singer-songwriter appears more vulnerable than ever in her latest cinematic endeavour.
We’ve all felt the threat of being replaced and been guilty of drawing comparisons. So when Rodrigo vocalises this insecurity, we all feel heard. We can’t help but cry and release all the pain that is repressed within.
Radio Fodder is introducing a brand-new weekly segment for new music to add to your tumbleweed-ridden playlists, here’s Rhea Chatterji’s picks for the week ending February 6, 2022.
The new ‘Cruella’ film captures the transformation of the villainess—a brash, quirky but sagacious maverick, and the humble but twisted beginnings which induce her maniacal traits.
Is this ultimately a service provided by the entertainment industry to quench our nostalgia or simply an indication that they are at a loss for new ideas and need content that will continue to sell as big as these classics?