Lily Allen's highly anticipated fourth album, No Shame, is her most personal, insightful and fully-formed to date. Working with collaborators Fryars, Mark Ronson, Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, Burna Boy, P2J and Cass Lowe, Lily says her goal was to make an album that is "as truthful as possible." Speaking about the sense of catharsis that came with making the record, she adds, "I believe that we as humans work through things by talking about them, and that's what making music is for me. It's sharing things that you hope are going to connect with people, not that are going to connect with algorithms." It includes lead song "Trigger Bang" featuring Giggs, which The Guardian describes as, "a return to the melancholic pop that made her so intriguing." A departure from the bold, brash lyricism and sun-soaked melodies Lily is known for, "Three" flips perspective in a way only she can, while the hazy, stripped back "Higher" finds the singer as vulnerable as ever.