4 Songs, 12 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ontario-born Jade Eagleson prefers to look on the bright side. On his self-titled EP, he focuses on the thrill of romance—even when it follows a surprising heartbreak. He doesn’t let the past hold him back on “Count the Ways.” “It all worked out when you walked out, girl, to tell you the truth,” he sings, admitting how letting one person go just opened the door to a better fit. Elsewhere, he gets romantic on “Got Your Name On It” and “Still Gonna Be You,” pledging his devotion with his salt-of-the-earth voice, rosy pedal steel, and a heart-skipping tempo. Showing off a flair for traditional country, Eagleson puts an energetic spin on that age-old tale of love.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ontario-born Jade Eagleson prefers to look on the bright side. On his self-titled EP, he focuses on the thrill of romance—even when it follows a surprising heartbreak. He doesn’t let the past hold him back on “Count the Ways.” “It all worked out when you walked out, girl, to tell you the truth,” he sings, admitting how letting one person go just opened the door to a better fit. Elsewhere, he gets romantic on “Got Your Name On It” and “Still Gonna Be You,” pledging his devotion with his salt-of-the-earth voice, rosy pedal steel, and a heart-skipping tempo. Showing off a flair for traditional country, Eagleson puts an energetic spin on that age-old tale of love.

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