10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the opening track of Lambs & Lions, it’s clear how far Chase Rice has come from the urban-inflected party country of his previous album. “Lions” kicks things off with an arty-but-infectious alt-pop feel that alternates between ominous and exultant, while the cinematic, piano-laden ballad "Amen" could have come off a Coldplay album if not for Rice's Southern twang. Even when Rice gets unabashedly rootsy on the stomping "Jack Daniel’s Showed Up," he can't resist tossing some modern-rock touches into the mix.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

From the opening track of Lambs & Lions, it’s clear how far Chase Rice has come from the urban-inflected party country of his previous album. “Lions” kicks things off with an arty-but-infectious alt-pop feel that alternates between ominous and exultant, while the cinematic, piano-laden ballad "Amen" could have come off a Coldplay album if not for Rice's Southern twang. Even when Rice gets unabashedly rootsy on the stomping "Jack Daniel’s Showed Up," he can't resist tossing some modern-rock touches into the mix.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
187 Ratings
187 Ratings
Rosesnddiamonds ,

Sam hunt 2.0

Nothing especial to see here folks just another wannabe pretty country boy move along everyone!

McEldoo ,

Three Chords and The Truth

Sounds an awful lot like Michael Ray's "Real Men Love Jesus"

Horselover2131 ,

Worth the wait

I love the album, it was well worth the wait. I hope you are blessed with this album and continue on for many, many more

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