William Prince - Reliever
Critic Score
Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 3 ratings
February 7, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Glassnote / Label
Suggest a Genre
Add
Abuse of this feature may prevent future contributions from your account.
Tags
Sign In to rate and review

CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Exclaim!

Prince offers himself as an anchor for those feeling rudderless. This is the artist at his most inspirational, thankful and powerful.

NR
what a treat as Winnipeger to see this great troubadour release an album so mindful and which his evolution as a songwriter. A great indigenous role model and a barrier breaker in this time of Canadian reconciliation and Pipeline divide. From the gorgeous melody and strings of The Spark to the honesty of The Lighthouse, Prince has opened the door for himself to be force to be reckoned with. His voice ... his voice ... his voice.
milessmith1
80
Wise-beyond-his-years singer-songwriter WIlliam Prince exudes the serenity and comfort of a crackling fireplace in his quietly terrific country-folk sophomore album.

Prince is a gentle giant, with a voice that is at once strong and quiet, and Reliever is a collection of variations on the theme of ports in the storm. He provides a welcoming inning of relief pitching for a weary arm and reminds us to love ourselves; he promises that “he’d never let you burn,” and in the midst ... read more
Purchasing Reliever from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?
Become a Donor
Donor badge, no ads + more benefits.
Advertisement

Track List

  1. The Spark
  2. Wasted
  3. Reliever
  4. Always Have What We Had
  5. Old Souls
  6. That's All I'll Ever Become
  7. Leave It by the Sea
  8. Lighthouse
  9. The Gun
  10. Heaven and Hell
  11. Great Wide Open
Sign in to comment
No one has said anything yet.
Advertisement


Added on: February 5, 2020