|Studio album by|
|Released||September 29, 2017|
|Studio||Eve Studios (Manchester, United Kingdom), Silkhay (Bridport, United Kingdom)|
|Genre||Folk rock, alternative|
|Producer||Rob Ellis, Mackenzie Scott|
|The A.V. Club||A-|
|Consequence of Sound||B+|
|The Line of Best Fit||8/10|
|Under the Radar||6.5/10|
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Three Futures was recorded in Stockport and Dorset, England once again with co-producer Rob Ellis, who also produced her last album, Sprinter . David Tolomei was chosen to mix the album.
All tracks written by Mackenzie Scott, except where noted
|1.||"Tongue Slap Your Brains Out"||3:20|
|6.||"Helen in the Woods"||2:33|
|7.||"Bad Baby Pie"||4:39|
|10.||"To Be Given a Body"||M. Scott, Cynthia Scott||8:04|
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