12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Grace Potter does not mess around. Her fifth album (her first without The Nocturnals) kicks off with a strong double dose of honeyed voice over funked-up rock (“Hot to the Touch,” “Alive Tonight”) laced with witchy harmonies to ease the transition into the quieter, soulful songs (“Delirious,” “The Miner”). There are moments of theatrical sleaze, too, with Grace cooing over deep bass (“Look What We’ve Become”), before dropping her tough pose to reveal the real heartbreak beneath (“Let You Go”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Grace Potter does not mess around. Her fifth album (her first without The Nocturnals) kicks off with a strong double dose of honeyed voice over funked-up rock (“Hot to the Touch,” “Alive Tonight”) laced with witchy harmonies to ease the transition into the quieter, soulful songs (“Delirious,” “The Miner”). There are moments of theatrical sleaze, too, with Grace cooing over deep bass (“Look What We’ve Become”), before dropping her tough pose to reveal the real heartbreak beneath (“Let You Go”).

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