11 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

SiR shares a boutique label with Kendrick Lamar and has worked with everyone from Jill Scott from Stevie Wonder, but none of that offers a clue to what occupies November. His second LP bears a hazy, heady vibe, brooding over relationship issues that seem set somewhere between the middle of the night and the morning after. Whether he's second-guessing himself in retrospect on the dreamy "Better" or putting up a tough front on the sultry, sinuous "That's Alright," SiR offers up a kind of alternate-universe slow-jam album full of intoxicating atmosphere.

EDITORS’ NOTES

SiR shares a boutique label with Kendrick Lamar and has worked with everyone from Jill Scott from Stevie Wonder, but none of that offers a clue to what occupies November. His second LP bears a hazy, heady vibe, brooding over relationship issues that seem set somewhere between the middle of the night and the morning after. Whether he's second-guessing himself in retrospect on the dreamy "Better" or putting up a tough front on the sultry, sinuous "That's Alright," SiR offers up a kind of alternate-universe slow-jam album full of intoxicating atmosphere.

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