10 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Years in deliberate exile in Valencia, Spain, fatherhood and the expected mid-life crisis led singer-songwriter Josh Rouse into ‘gestalt therapy’ where he’s learning to live more in the now. Yet, the reflective writer still needs to explore his life to make sense of the world and The Embers of Time does so without dire consequences. “Too Many Things On My Mind” could be everyone’s anthem in this age of cable TV and online insanity, while “New Young” understands the appeal of simplicity and living in the country. The countrypolitan pop of “Some Days I’m Golden All Night” creates happiness with its contagious upbeat vibe.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Years in deliberate exile in Valencia, Spain, fatherhood and the expected mid-life crisis led singer-songwriter Josh Rouse into ‘gestalt therapy’ where he’s learning to live more in the now. Yet, the reflective writer still needs to explore his life to make sense of the world and The Embers of Time does so without dire consequences. “Too Many Things On My Mind” could be everyone’s anthem in this age of cable TV and online insanity, while “New Young” understands the appeal of simplicity and living in the country. The countrypolitan pop of “Some Days I’m Golden All Night” creates happiness with its contagious upbeat vibe.

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