13 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Filled with haunting melodies and bluesy guitars, Hozier's self-titled debut is a spine-tingling tour of soulful rock ’n’ roll. The Irish singer/songwriter sets the stage with "Take Me to Church,” where a lover’s lament unfolds with a dose of gothic drama. As the unforgettable album rages on, Hozier’s openhearted storytelling is paired with dusky, understated soul (“Someone New”), explosive blues-rock (“Jackie and Wilson”), and shadowy love ballads (“In a Week”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Filled with haunting melodies and bluesy guitars, Hozier's self-titled debut is a spine-tingling tour of soulful rock ’n’ roll. The Irish singer/songwriter sets the stage with "Take Me to Church,” where a lover’s lament unfolds with a dose of gothic drama. As the unforgettable album rages on, Hozier’s openhearted storytelling is paired with dusky, understated soul (“Someone New”), explosive blues-rock (“Jackie and Wilson”), and shadowy love ballads (“In a Week”).

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