11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Backed by The Innocent Criminals for the first time in nearly a decade, Call It What It Is simmers with fiery social commentary and rootsy fusions. While the songwriter's blues-influenced rock doesn’t shy away from the calls for social protest (“Call It What It Is,” “Dance Like Fire”), the album is lightened by moments of sunny pop (“Shine”) and sublime folk (“Goodbye to You”). Eclectic and ambitious, Call It What It Is brings the musical and collaborative triumphs of Harper’s best work to bear on the urgent issues of the day.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Backed by The Innocent Criminals for the first time in nearly a decade, Call It What It Is simmers with fiery social commentary and rootsy fusions. While the songwriter's blues-influenced rock doesn’t shy away from the calls for social protest (“Call It What It Is,” “Dance Like Fire”), the album is lightened by moments of sunny pop (“Shine”) and sublime folk (“Goodbye to You”). Eclectic and ambitious, Call It What It Is brings the musical and collaborative triumphs of Harper’s best work to bear on the urgent issues of the day.

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