11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Even though he's five albums and 10 years into a wildly successful recording career, Gavin DeGraw remains a creatively restless character, discontent to rest on his laurels. With his sleek blend of soulful, hook-laden pop, DeGraw hasn't stood still since his theme for One Tree Hill brought him a huge prime-time audience. The singer/songwriter leads an unpredictable, adventurous chase across Make a Move, where he opens with a sharp social critique (the foot-stomping "Best I Ever Had") before offering an antidote to post-breakup blues (the sleek soul-pop burner "Heartbreak") and a mournful post-party power ballad ("Finest Hour"). By turns soulful, sultry, and sugary, DeGraw's fifth studio album shows he's a songwriter with lasting star power.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Even though he's five albums and 10 years into a wildly successful recording career, Gavin DeGraw remains a creatively restless character, discontent to rest on his laurels. With his sleek blend of soulful, hook-laden pop, DeGraw hasn't stood still since his theme for One Tree Hill brought him a huge prime-time audience. The singer/songwriter leads an unpredictable, adventurous chase across Make a Move, where he opens with a sharp social critique (the foot-stomping "Best I Ever Had") before offering an antidote to post-breakup blues (the sleek soul-pop burner "Heartbreak") and a mournful post-party power ballad ("Finest Hour"). By turns soulful, sultry, and sugary, DeGraw's fifth studio album shows he's a songwriter with lasting star power.

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