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Brutal Romantic is the fourth studio album by New Zealand singer-songwriter Brooke Fraser. It was released on 18 November 2014 in Australia, New Zealand, North America and Asia, and in Spring 2015 in Europe. It was produced by Fraser and David Kosten. It was recorded at Kosten's West London studio, and the orchestral parts were recorded at the legendary Abbey Road studios. Brooke Fraser - Brutal Romantic 2014. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Pop Indie Pop. Brooke Fraser. Songs in album Brooke Fraser - Brutal Romantic 2014. Brooke Fraser - Psychosocial. Brooke Fraser - Thunder. Brooke Fraser - Start A War. Brooke Fraser - Kings & Queens. Brooke Fraser - Bloodrush. Brooke Fraser - Brutal Romance. Brooke Fraser - Je Suis Pret. Brooke Fraser - Magical Machine. Brooke Fraser - New Histories. Album 2015 10 Songs. Brutal Romantic Brooke Fraser. 2014 Brutal Romantic under exclusive license from Brook Fraser to BMG Rights Management US LLC dba Vagrant Records. More By Brooke Fraser. New Zealand native, Australia-based musician Brooke Fraser joined Jesse Menendez in studio to discuss her new album Brutal Romantic. Brutal Romantic. 10 tracks 37:02. As the evocative title suggests, Brutal Romantic, Brooke Fraser's fourth album, is more extreme in emotion than anything Fraser has done previously. She's more wild, more impassioned. She's sly, piercing, even provocative, and she's well and truly shaken off the folk-pop singer-songwriter mantle. Read more: , Exclusive: Brooke Fraser preview album stream , Brooke Fraser's new phase: No more nice girl. Released January 1, 2015. Brutal Romantic Tracklist. Psychosocial Lyrics. Thunder Lyrics. Brutal Romantic, 2015. Psychosocial, 03:01. Thunder, 03:39. Start a War, 03:10. Kings and Queens, 03:36. Bloodrush, 03:40. Brutal Romantic, 04:45. Je Suis Pret, 04:25. Brooke Fraser Brutal Romantic. Artist Info: Discography Album length: 10 tracks: 36 minutes, 58 seconds Street Date: November 17, 2014. It has been 4 years since Brooke Fraser released her third album, Flags. The song was certainly different-never before has Fraser's voice been backed by tight, dark electronic beats and synths. The opening line, I love your projection, but I don't love you sets the tone for the song, which is a critique on the fickle and obsessive nature of people who use social media