12 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

James Morrison spent much of the last four years concentrating on fatherhood and absorbing family bereavements. The yin and yang of that experience seems to have revitalized him, adding both emotive depth and optimistic energy to his blue-eyed soul. There’s raw-hearted defiance to hip-hop-dusted opener “Demons” and R&B strut “Right Here”, while the easy melodies and bruised-but-not-beaten positivity crystallize best on gospel-flavored “Higher Than Here”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

James Morrison spent much of the last four years concentrating on fatherhood and absorbing family bereavements. The yin and yang of that experience seems to have revitalized him, adding both emotive depth and optimistic energy to his blue-eyed soul. There’s raw-hearted defiance to hip-hop-dusted opener “Demons” and R&B strut “Right Here”, while the easy melodies and bruised-but-not-beaten positivity crystallize best on gospel-flavored “Higher Than Here”.

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