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Equally suited for fans of Daft Punk or Fishtank Ensemble, this is cross-cultural dance music. The hard-to-define “Miracle” features a chattering, near-rapping verse and eclectic instrumentation in its chorus on a background of euphoric electronic swells and beats.
“Plume” is an uplifting, melodic treat, while “About You” is slinky with guest vocals from L. More Seratones' new album, Power , is a blast of high-energy roots-rock and doo wop-inflected pop with impeccable, soulful lead vocals and genre-blurring arrangements.
The fiery “Gotta Get to Know Ya” is all catchy grooves and organ solos, while “Lie To My Face” is a lovely '60s throwback where singer AJ Haynes proves she can swing effortlessly from strength to sweetness.
The title track is infectious and danceable, and “Sad Boi” would almost be at home on a Janelle Monae record – intelligent pop-funk at its best.
The album offers a lot of variety with solid songwriting and production.
For Whitney, Forever Turned Around is a testament to the combined skills of the players.More Killswitch Engage has remained remarkably consistent throughout the metalcore group’s two-decade long career; including before and after the mainstream success of End of Heartache turned them into one of the heaviest hitters in the metal world, with just one caveat: the ever revolving door between vocalists Howard Jones, who manned the group’s most prominent period, and Jesse Leach, the band’s original singer who returned to replace Jones in 2012.