Her is the second album from Melbourne four-piece Totally Mild, led by Elizabeth Mitchell. Their debut Down Time offered a rich combination of vivid melodies, crisp percussion, hazy textures and beautiful harmonies. These new songs also captivate, showcasing an even greater range of blues-inflected rock, orchestral synth, piano ballads and atmospheric pop styles. Elizabeth Mitchell provides great insight in an album statement, saying "Her is a record of failure and victory, new desire, stale romance, queer domesticity and what comes when the party is over. I was torn between a new domestic life and the impulse to tear it all away with bad choices. I fell in love, but I wrestled for independence. I was always trying to prove that I didn’t need anyone; my wife, my friends, my band. Her is a document of a woman struggling with the idea of potential. We are told that we could be limitless, but we wrestle with unseen personal and structural walls." In processing these tensions and reconciling these conflicts, Her becomes a transcendent document of discovery, reflection and love.