The collection of 11 tracks are both majestic and effortless.
Grace is fleshier than its predecessors, with horns, needlework guitar, and Jenner's brash voice filling the negative space the band used to gift to the dance floor.
It’s hard to escape the feeling that this is a band struggling to define themselves in a musical context that no longer needs them.
The songs deliver some memorable hooks and grooves but still feel oddly defanged.
In The Grace Of Your Love is a painful experiment in spaghetti tossing.
In the Grace of Your Love doesn’t push the band beyond its old disco-lite formulas, nor does it disarm you and ask for your hand on the dance floor.
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