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In his glowing review of The Graceless Age, the debut effort from Bay Area singer-songwriter (and William Faulkner descendant) John Murry, Jim Beviglia writes:
This is an album that doesn’t hide its ambitions to be great, which is refreshing in an age when indifference is sometimes confused for integrity. Filled with concept-album trappings like connecting segments between songs, sweeping ballads, and even an epilogue-like closing track, The Graceless Age sounds like the product of a guy who’s been building to this moment, and he’s determined not to let it go without leaving everything on the table.
Stream The Graceless Age in its entirety below, and see what all the buzz is about.