20 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“We Were Raised Under Grey Skies” opens JP Cooper’s debut album with a charming narration of the singer/songwriter’s Manchester childhood. Offering such a sincere window into his early years feels fitting for an artist comfortable with his heart on his sleeve. Folk-inflected and tender, Cooper’s vocals have an engaging optimism—inviting you to feel as hopeful as he does. He effortlessly moves from gospel (“Momma’s Prayers”) to soulful R&B (“All This Love“) via sun-soaked pop (“September Song” and “Passport Home”) to craft an earnest and warm debut.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

“We Were Raised Under Grey Skies” opens JP Cooper’s debut album with a charming narration of the singer/songwriter’s Manchester childhood. Offering such a sincere window into his early years feels fitting for an artist comfortable with his heart on his sleeve. Folk-inflected and tender, Cooper’s vocals have an engaging optimism—inviting you to feel as hopeful as he does. He effortlessly moves from gospel (“Momma’s Prayers”) to soulful R&B (“All This Love“) via sun-soaked pop (“September Song” and “Passport Home”) to craft an earnest and warm debut.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
31 Ratings
31 Ratings
CautionMJ ,

Perfect

O best!!!

dachipperchicken ,

Soulful singer/songwriter vibe

Each song is awesome. Soothing storytelling that’s easy to listen to every day. I can close my eyes and picture each song.
His voice is amazing.

Thee Catracho ,

Needs to be heard

Amazing album from an amazing artist. Each song is a hit! Closer, Momma’s Prayers... it’s hard to pick a favorite.

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