I find that I enjoy the new songs. It's kind of uplifting and motivational. It's like a perfect companion to Opheliac or at least a seamless transition into it. Overall it's about recovery and moving forward from the past. I've always thought there was a natural progression with each of EA's albums.
The On a Day era, I see a young EA learning the classical ways of music. She conforms to the traditional set of rules, learning about the world and how everyone is expected to act.
Later on, she breaks out of the traditional setting with the Enchant era. Here, I associate her music with innocence, freedom, and the beginning of her struggle to fight back against the world. That it's ok to not to conform with society.
Then comes the Opheliac era, where she tells her story about how her life was shattered, her innocence broken and taken away. Common descriptive words are dark, anger, suicide, betrayal, and revenge. The harsh reality of the world fighting back, taking away the freedom she once had.
Finally, we get to the current FLAG era. It's still within the realm of the Opheliac era, but just on the cusp of moving out. It tells a story about how to cope with the past such as fighting back, moving forward, and holding your head high.
When I think of EA's music career in this fashion, it really makes me admire her as a person and an artist. To me, she's the greatest artist I know of and will always will be until the day I die.
As for my favorites so far, I'd have to say "Fight Like a Girl" and "Girls, Girls, Girls." I do love all the songs. They each have their own charm.