How About I Be Me (And You Be You)? is one of the best and most confident pieces of work by Sinead O'Connor so far. Produced by long-term collaborator John Reynolds, its ten tracks play like an encyclopedic definition of O'Connor's oeuvre: songs about love and loss, hope and regret, pain and redemption, anger and justice.
This is an album of consistently moving, exciting, brilliant, and beautiful songs built around Sinead's haunting voice. NPR's Ann Powers says it 'isn't just a return to form; it's a full-on revival'