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With his fourth studio album, Trevor Hall takes some successful risks to further hone his own tone. The raspy-voiced singer/songwriter still plays incredibly summery tunes, but his opening number here, “The Return,” resembles a Ben Harper track with its balance of confessional darkness and sunny grooves. The mix throughout Everything Everytime Everywhere wields a more commanding presence, thanks to Kelly Clarkson’s producer Jimmy Messer. This is immediately evident in “Brand New Day”: a rootsy hit with an organically uplifting chorus ripe for radio play. The catchy “Different Hunger” is another standout song; it's built on a bouncy foundation of old-school Jamaican ska rhythms bolstered by a timeless-sounding brass section and heartwarming backing vocals by a children’s choir (dig the dub-infused bridge). Hall hands his appreciation back to the kids on the playful “Dr. Seuss,” where he rhymes the whimsical words of Theodor Seuss Geisel’s fantastical works over sing-along melodies. “Te Amo” downshifts into a hushed folky serenade.

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Most amazing voice I've heard in a very long time. Simply incredible. Buy his album, you won't regret it.


Born: November 28, 1986 in Hilton Head, SC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in South Carolina and raised in California, Trevor Hall developed an affinity for summery acoustic music, from the beachside ambience of Jack Johnson to the leisurely stroll of Bob Marley. Having spent his teenage years at a boarding school for the arts, Hall dedicated his life to music upon his high-school graduation. He self-released Lace Up Your Shoes in 2004; two years later, the teenaged Hall prepared for his major-label debut with Geffen Records. The Rascals Have Returned, an introductory...
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