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Title - 'Power'
Artist - Seratones

For those not in the know, Louisiana soul-rock band the Seratones are four musicians highly skilled in the art of rocking your socks off, bringing the house down, and blowing your mind!

With a goal to make your musical experience replenish your faith in the power of rock 'n' roll, the band - led by front woman extrodinaire A.J. Haynes - have just released their first new album in over three years; and the first featuring a new member line-up.

Entitled Power (out August 23rd, 2019 via New West Records), the sophomore album is produced by Cage The Elephant’s Bradley Shultz.

“We went through a pretty dramatic shift with this record,” says Haynes. “The band lineup, the creative process, the sound: all of it changed in ways that really reflected our growth and evolution."

1. 'Fear'
2. 'Power'
3. 'Heart Attack'
4. 'Lie To My Face'
5. 'Gotta Get To Know Ya'
6. 'Over You'
7. 'Permission'
8. 'Sad Boi'
9. 'Who Are You Now'
10. 'Crossfire'

The album opens with the vibrantly colorful shimmers of 'Fear' and backs that up seamlessly with the faster-paced title track and then the finger-snappin' frenetic beats of 'Heart Attack.'

The slow and easy lo-fi of 'Lie To My Face' makes this one of my own personal favorites here and that's followed by the fun, late '70s street chase vibe of the albums lead single 'Gotta Get To Know Ya.'

The smoky late night underground jazz/soul bar blues of 'Over You' is then backed by the sonically beautiful ballad 'Permission,' with the delectable lo-fi rap found within 'Sad Boi' perfectly sewn to the groove.

The album then rounds out with the drum-led 'Who Are You Now' and then comes to a close with the strongly emotive piano power ballad 'Crossfire.'

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