4 Songs, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

I Wouldn’t Be begins with an a cappella ode to family: “I wouldn’t sing the way I sing without you.” Evocative and soaring, its crescendo unleashes bagpipes and a swelling choir—completing the tribute to their Irish folk-rock roots. The bracing vocals of Steve Garrigan don’t stop there. His voice invigorates pop choruses (“The Riddle”), dominates thudding anthems (“Ready to Change”), and delivers controlled doses of power among delicate whispers (“Blood and Bones”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

I Wouldn’t Be begins with an a cappella ode to family: “I wouldn’t sing the way I sing without you.” Evocative and soaring, its crescendo unleashes bagpipes and a swelling choir—completing the tribute to their Irish folk-rock roots. The bracing vocals of Steve Garrigan don’t stop there. His voice invigorates pop choruses (“The Riddle”), dominates thudding anthems (“Ready to Change”), and delivers controlled doses of power among delicate whispers (“Blood and Bones”).

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