12 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This prodigiously-hirsute Londoner has spent the fledgling days of his career picking up armfuls of awards in the UK. His debut (double) album—a wildly ambitious, kaleidoscopic opus—justifies the billing. The juddering electro-R&B of “Worry” and “The Love You’re Given” showcase a skillful use of space and silence, while “Surprise Yourself” and “I Couldn’t Want You Anyway” gently reveal Garratt’s inner-troubadour and an ability to move hearts, minds, and feet.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This prodigiously-hirsute Londoner has spent the fledgling days of his career picking up armfuls of awards in the UK. His debut (double) album—a wildly ambitious, kaleidoscopic opus—justifies the billing. The juddering electro-R&B of “Worry” and “The Love You’re Given” showcase a skillful use of space and silence, while “Surprise Yourself” and “I Couldn’t Want You Anyway” gently reveal Garratt’s inner-troubadour and an ability to move hearts, minds, and feet.

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