12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild has described “Lost in California”—perhaps the standout track on the band’s eighth album—as “hillbilly Sade.” It’s self-deprecation, sure, but there’s plenty to it. The Breaker is the four-piece’s most urbane, widescreen record, but it refuses to relinquish their down-home charm. “Happy People,” “We Went to the Beach,” and “Drivin’ Around” showcase those trademark harmonies and feel like bespoke additions to a summer roadtrip soundtrack, while “When Someone Stops Loving You” and the Taylor Swift-penned “Better Man” pack real, relatable emotional clout.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild has described “Lost in California”—perhaps the standout track on the band’s eighth album—as “hillbilly Sade.” It’s self-deprecation, sure, but there’s plenty to it. The Breaker is the four-piece’s most urbane, widescreen record, but it refuses to relinquish their down-home charm. “Happy People,” “We Went to the Beach,” and “Drivin’ Around” showcase those trademark harmonies and feel like bespoke additions to a summer roadtrip soundtrack, while “When Someone Stops Loving You” and the Taylor Swift-penned “Better Man” pack real, relatable emotional clout.

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