Farm to Table by Bartees Strange

Farm to Table
Released: 17th June, 2022

About Farm to Table

Farm to Table is an album by Bartees Strange. The album was released on Jun 17, 2022. It contains 10 songs.

Critic Reviews

  • The indie singer-songwriter’s second album explodes with ideas about music, politics, and life itself.

    Rating: 90/100
    Rolling Stone
  • The polymath’s second album is yet another showcase for his versatile excellence.

    Rating: 84/100
    Paste
  • Strange's earnestness is artful, and Farm To Table an uplifting triumph.

    Rating: 80/100
    Mojo
  • Akin to Strange’s heroes The National, Bartees has managed to strike that difficult chord of creating an album that’s sonically hard to define, as it skips from anthemic moments to pockets of introspection and poppy flirtations with ease. It doesn’t look like that meteoric rise is anywhere close to its apex does it?

    Rating: 80/100
    Northern Transmissions
  • At a time when the world of indie is often more subtle and subdued than ever, Strange seems ready to take his music to the biggest stage possible, crafting music with broad appeal while retaining the stirring emotion beneath.

    Rating: 80/100
    The Line of Best Fit
  • Honest, authentic and brilliant in an era where so much seems to be smoke and flashy mirrors, Bartees Strange is one of a kind. If only he wasn’t.

    Rating: 80/100
    Dork
  • While Farm to Table isn't quite the classic that he surely has in him, we should consider ourselves fortunate that Bartees is in it for the long haul.

    Rating: 80/100
    Exclaim!
  • Farm to Table should have Strange flying higher than its Hieronymus Bosch by way of Oklahoma inspired cover art, that’s adorned with an airborne buffalo, UFOs, and Jesus himself.

    Rating: 80/100
    Under The Radar
  • Continuing to blend hip-hop and indie rock, Bartees Strange charts a musically agile, emotionally-charged journey through his psyche on Farm to Table.

    Rating: 80/100
    PopMatters
  • On his second album, Bartees Strange widens his stance and levels his gaze, staying grounded in his nimble genre-hopping and his dynamic songwriting.

    Rating: 80/100
    Pitchfork
  • Much like its title, Strange offers himself up to the world, presenting the second world in his ever-expanding universe. All we have to do is take it.

    Rating: 70/100
    Clash
  • Wandering between all of these genres was what made Live Forever feel fresh and assured, however the less-focused Farm to Table gets bogged down periodically.

    Rating: 69/100
    Beats Per Minute
  • I feel that the tendency towards genre sprawl may have stretched Strange too thin; the album lacks a clear musical identity of its own.

    Rating: 60/100
    Loud and Quiet
  • On his second studio album, Bartees Strange attempts to carve out a sonic palette of its own.

    Rating: 60/100
    Slant Magazine
  • This follow-up expands those spheres of influence even further but doesn’t hit the same heights.

    Rating: 40/100
    Record Collector