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English troubadour David Gray sounds like he’s rediscovered the skip in his step on 2014’s Mutineers. Partial credit is due to the album’s producer, Andy Barlow, whose résumé includes founding the ‘90s Brit-electronica group Lamb and working with singer/songwriter Damien Rice. Gray here sticks to his acoustic guitar and pianos, but Barlow programs the computer subtly behind him, so the title track has an urban feel surrounding Gray’s straight-to-the-heart approach. “Back in the World” opens the album as Gray’s statement of purpose, as he sings “Love put a joy in my heart.” From there, nothing can hurt him. “Beautiful Agony,” “Snow In Vegas,” “Birds of the High Arctic,” and “Gulls” demonstrate Gray’s ability to lift the human spirit and Barlow’s talents at finding new textures and adding the occasional orchestration that enhances the songs' intimacy. Gray’s love for vocal improvisation turns “Cake and Eat It” into a soulful experience. The bonus track “Nearly Midnight” deserves official status on the album, since it’s yet another highlight.

Customer Reviews


Love Gulls. Great song, full of grit. I find myself listening to it over and over again. I have been hoping for an album like Life In Slow Motion… This song is reminiscent. Looking forward to June!


As of now, there are two complete idiots who have no idea how great of an artist David Gray actually is.

Saw him perform this album live in L.A. - KILLER!!

At his absolutely brilliant show at the Wilshire-Ebell theater last Thursday David Gray performed the entire new Mutineers album at the top of the concert and it was stellar! He’s taken his always-amazing musical integrity and kicked it up a couple big levels. Lyrically, melodically and arrangement-wise, these are some of the most powerful and moving songs he’s ever done. If the album captures even half of the impact of his live performance of these songs, it will be truly exceptional. And by all means, go see him live!


Born: June 13, 1968 in Sale, Manchester, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

British singer/songwriter David Gray had already released three overlooked albums by the time White Ladder (and its international breakthrough hit, "Babylon") brought his mix of acoustic instruments and electronic samples to the mainstream. Born in Manchester in 1968, Gray relocated to Wales at the age of nine before returning home to attend the University of Liverpool. While in school, he dabbled in several punk bands and began exploring new styles of writing, eventually uncovering his own poetic...
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