11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“We’ve got to put the sun back in our hearts,” croons James Skelly over country-tinged guitars on “Put the Sun Back”, the third track of The Coral’s fifth album. It’s a statement directed at an unnamed love interest but it could double as a mission statement for Roots & Echoes, a record that sees the Merseyside band put a possible break-up behind them to re-emerge with renewed vigour and—as evidenced by the shimmering doo-wop of songs like “Who’s Gonna Find Me” and “Jacqueline”—a sizeable serving of soul.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“We’ve got to put the sun back in our hearts,” croons James Skelly over country-tinged guitars on “Put the Sun Back”, the third track of The Coral’s fifth album. It’s a statement directed at an unnamed love interest but it could double as a mission statement for Roots & Echoes, a record that sees the Merseyside band put a possible break-up behind them to re-emerge with renewed vigour and—as evidenced by the shimmering doo-wop of songs like “Who’s Gonna Find Me” and “Jacqueline”—a sizeable serving of soul.

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