Always in Between

Jess Glynne - Always in Between
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Based on 19 ratings
October 12, 2018 / Release Date
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Atlantic / Label
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The Guardian

The follow-up to Glynne’s ubiquitous debut is generic Top 40 and soul-pop finished to a high standard.

it's a way better than first one


TURN IT UP: I'll Be There, Thursday and All I Am in sequence, Won't Say No, These Days and Million Reasons

GIVE SOME CHANCE: Intro/No One, Never Let Me Go, Broken, Nevermind and Insecurities

TURN IT DOWN: 123, Hate/Love, Rollin and So Real (Warriors)
Jess Glynne is uninteresting as an artist and that always makes her "soul" music seem detached and inauthentic but she has some great production and with the added backing vocals (choirs sometimes as expected for blue eyed soul singers) this is a lot better than I expected.
Fave: I'll Be There, Rollin, Nevermind
Jess Glynne tem uma voz poderosa que poderia fazer canções incríveis, mesmo sendo superior que o primeiro não é impactante e sim genérico, porém gostoso de se ouvir.
muito mais coeso que o debut e um dos melhores álbuns do ano.
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. No One
  3. I'll Be There
  4. Thursday
  5. All I Am
  6. 123
  7. Never Let Me Go
  8. Broken
  9. Hate/Love
  10. Won't Say No
  11. Rollin
  12. Nevermind
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Added on: July 4, 2018