12 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Singer/songwriter Pete Yorn has long had a natural feel for expanding on folk in pop terms. ArrangingTime—the New Jersey native’s first studio full-length since his 2010 self-titled effort—is a disarming set of gorgeous strummers (“Walking Up”), windswept pop (“Lost Weekend”), and moody, Beck-like ambience (“Summer Was a Day” and “Shopping Mall”). It's an elegant and beguiling return from a prodigiously gifted singer/songwriter.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Singer/songwriter Pete Yorn has long had a natural feel for expanding on folk in pop terms. ArrangingTime—the New Jersey native’s first studio full-length since his 2010 self-titled effort—is a disarming set of gorgeous strummers (“Walking Up”), windswept pop (“Lost Weekend”), and moody, Beck-like ambience (“Summer Was a Day” and “Shopping Mall”). It's an elegant and beguiling return from a prodigiously gifted singer/songwriter.

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