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This Week In New Music: Thomas Rhett, Jessie Ware & Paloma Faith

Life Changes – Thomas Rhett (Single)

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One thing I love about country music is that you can listen to one song and feel like you know the musician’s whole life story! This song is a prime example. On Life Changes, the lead single from the album of the same name, Thomas Rhett sings about how life has changed over the last couple of years for the country star. It’s catchy and warm and a lovely addition to your September playlist.

 

Selfish Love – Jessie Ware (Single)

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The latest track from Jessie Ware’s forthcoming third album is just dreamy – written and produced by a dream team too (Ryan Tedder, Cashmere Cat..). Ware’s voice is smooth as silk and if this single is anything to go by, the newest record from the British songstress will not disappoint.

 

Crybaby – Paloma Faith (Single)

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Another English darling has returned this week – Paloma Faith! And it’s an earworm, you’ll be singing “Go on and cry, baby, crybaby, ’cause you don’t have to keep it inside” all day. It’ll be no surprise to any one who’s a fan of Faith that she’s very outspoken on political & social issues, so it’s not a shocker that this song has an interesting message behind it. According to the lady herself, the song is questioning “whether  global conflicts would cease to exist if men could successfully deal with their feelings.” Damn.

Check out my Spotify playlist for September here.

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