Olivia Rodrigo released her debut album SOUR on Friday. It’s 11 tracks and 35 minutes of grungey, angsty pop songs and it’s lived up to every expectation laid upon it.
If ‘Drivers License’ wasn’t a hint, the album is EMOTIONAL. And naturally, Twitter is not okay with a) how good this album is and b) the high school trauma that’s flooding on back.
Me, in a thriving and incredibly happy relationship while listening to Olivia Rodrigo’s album: pic.twitter.com/5mvdOzwpZH
— Angela Romero (@AngelaButtt) May 23, 2021
Gonna listen to some Olivia Rodrigo and cry over fake scenarios I made up in my head
— Jason (@surethingwhynot) May 23, 2021
— crazy broke asian (@tribranchvo) May 21, 2021
dear olivia rodrigo don't EVER make some shit like this again I have not stopped crying and now theres pinot grigio all over my floor when I see you it's on site
— Yamoaa (@Yamoaa) May 23, 2021
Millennials are especially ~not coping~.
Millennials listening to Olivia Rodrigo pic.twitter.com/NxLzx77tJ5
— Panlasang Pinay (@thysz) May 23, 2021
— ryan (@ryjoyn) May 21, 2021
me, an old, listening to olivia rodrigo write and sing her goddamn heart out pic.twitter.com/WScb4fzJLn
— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) May 21, 2021
olivia rodrigo’s album makes me wanna teleport back to high school because every word is EXACTLY how i felt as a teenager… i’m just gonna listen and pretend i am 16 and a boy just broke my heart
— olivia o'brien (@oliviagobrien) May 21, 2021
“If Olivia Rodrigo was around when I was in high school…”
She was around when you were in high school! She was a baby. You just didn’t care enough to get to know her.
— richie owens (@iamRichieOwens) May 21, 2021
Olivia Rodrigo names millennial tears and discourse as her biggest influence in a recent interview
— Shamir (@ShamirBailey) May 22, 2021
Sydney band, Middle Kids took on Olivia Rodrigo’s debut single ‘Drivers License’ for this week’s Like A Version.