Blake Mill‘s sophomore album Heigh Ho will “grab you by the throat” and jar you, with its unique, genre blurring combination of sounds. The album features an impressive roster of musical collaboration, such as long-time friend Fiona Apple (who duets on the slow-burning “Seven” and timeless sounding “Don’t Tell Our Friends About Me”) as well as Jim Keltner, Don Was, Jon Brion, Benmont Tench, and Mike Elizondo, fueling the sonic spectrum of songs on the album. Boston Globe went on to praise the album, saying its “robust acoustic aesthetic [is] on par with a classic 1970s singer-songwriter album”. Read the rest of the review here.
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