10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pete Murray returns after a six-year absence and sticks the landing. The Byron Bay singer/songwriter rolls with personal and stylistic changes. You can feel the kick-drum strut on “Only One” and “Sold,” reflecting a funk somewhere between ’70 greats like Bill Withers and contemporary coffeehouse crooners like John Mayer. While Camacho confidently bumps, his heart is the main muscle that powers the album forward.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pete Murray returns after a six-year absence and sticks the landing. The Byron Bay singer/songwriter rolls with personal and stylistic changes. You can feel the kick-drum strut on “Only One” and “Sold,” reflecting a funk somewhere between ’70 greats like Bill Withers and contemporary coffeehouse crooners like John Mayer. While Camacho confidently bumps, his heart is the main muscle that powers the album forward.

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