A fresh and cool start here with No More, an ode to the world and what we’ve done to it and what will happen to it. A lovely reggae-infused track with a lovely groove and well sung.
Time Has Come has a real joyous feel to it, with a nice energy and ensemble singing. Highs And Lows has a beautiful guitar line running throughout the track, without it being overpowering.
Fresh voices blend together and the musicianship here is of a high standard. This is a group that know themselves, and their music perfectly well and play within their means. It’s a winning way to be in this circumstance.
Hold On towards the end of the album features a nice sexy feel, some lovely interplay between guitar and horns and a great back porch funky feel that is instantly likeable. This is definitely a balmy Summer evening record, and a beauty at that. A joyful and fresh record.
Reviewed by Chris Michaels