Novelty Daughter’s debut full-length, Semigoddess, comes out at the end of this week, and every single we’ve heard from it so far — “Day Of Inner Fervor,” “Shellbody,” and now “Not Fair” — has been about how identity can be our most confining prison and also our only means of escape and self-expression. “How could I ever be someone who constantly changes, and also knows who she used to be?” Faith Harding asks over a cerebral backdrop that echoes her confusion. “Not fair. Who has the energy?” Later, she laments: “Only when I am not thinking about I do I ever really feel free,” a freeing notion that still unfortunately requires some level of introspection. It’s impossible to run away from yourself without giving up everything in the process. Listen via The Fader below.