10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The dance-floor impulses that thumped through 2015’s Jekyll + Hyde have seemingly been satisfied by Zac Brown’s club-ready group Sir Rosevelt. Full of down-home nostalgia and punch-the-air choruses, Welcome Home returns firmly to the country traditions of 2008 breakthrough The Foundation. Worn furniture is a metaphor for unbreakable blood ties on fiddle-driven romp “Family Table,” while premium, made-in-the-U.S.A. whiskey represents true love on “Real Thing”’s anthemic Southern soul. Executed with goosebump-raising harmonies and incisive melody, this is a homecoming to celebrate.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The dance-floor impulses that thumped through 2015’s Jekyll + Hyde have seemingly been satisfied by Zac Brown’s club-ready group Sir Rosevelt. Full of down-home nostalgia and punch-the-air choruses, Welcome Home returns firmly to the country traditions of 2008 breakthrough The Foundation. Worn furniture is a metaphor for unbreakable blood ties on fiddle-driven romp “Family Table,” while premium, made-in-the-U.S.A. whiskey represents true love on “Real Thing”’s anthemic Southern soul. Executed with goosebump-raising harmonies and incisive melody, this is a homecoming to celebrate.

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