12 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

McCombs’ ninth album is a study in searching, meditative soft rock. More driven by questions than answers, the nomadic singer/songwriter anchors Mangy Love in mystery and unease, whether it’s the tough talk of “Rancid Girl,” the philosophical loose ends of “It,” or the dead whispers of “Laughter is the Best Medicine,” which he delivers as though he’d never cracked a smile.

EDITORS’ NOTES

McCombs’ ninth album is a study in searching, meditative soft rock. More driven by questions than answers, the nomadic singer/songwriter anchors Mangy Love in mystery and unease, whether it’s the tough talk of “Rancid Girl,” the philosophical loose ends of “It,” or the dead whispers of “Laughter is the Best Medicine,” which he delivers as though he’d never cracked a smile.

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