13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Let’s make America great again by making racists ashamed again.” So says British troubadour Frank Turner on “Make America Great Again,” a tightly strummed tune from his seventh solo album, Be More Kind. The sociopolitical commentary continues on the pop-punk WWII reminder “1933” and the acoustic title track, with its melancholy strings and petition for people to treat each other more humanely. Turner manages to stay positive throughout, with handclaps and reassurance on opener “Don’t Worry” and the bouncy melodies of “Little Changes.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

“Let’s make America great again by making racists ashamed again.” So says British troubadour Frank Turner on “Make America Great Again,” a tightly strummed tune from his seventh solo album, Be More Kind. The sociopolitical commentary continues on the pop-punk WWII reminder “1933” and the acoustic title track, with its melancholy strings and petition for people to treat each other more humanely. Turner manages to stay positive throughout, with handclaps and reassurance on opener “Don’t Worry” and the bouncy melodies of “Little Changes.”

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