All the Truth That I Can Tell

All the Truth That I Can Tell

In mid-2020, Chris Carrabba got into a motorcycle accident that nearly paralyzed him—the veteran singer-songwriter was forced to relearn his instrument, unable to play guitar for more than five minutes a day before the pain hit. And yet, somehow, less than two years later comes All the Truth That I Can Tell. Carrabba’s approach has always been diaristic: the rawness of punk mixed with the self-searching vulnerability of the folk singer. But the key to his songwriting is its unerring sense of optimism and resilience—a quality that has bonded his fans to him for more than 20 years. “It’s funny, I thought for a bit there I’d never be able to deal,” he sings on “Here’s to Moving On,” an early highlight. “But I make some coffee and I take a shower and I start to heal.”

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