Review – Lennie Gallant

Album: Time Travel
Release Date: August 31, 2018
Genre: Folk/Country

Recognized as one of Canada’s best performing songwriters, Lennie Gallant has released 12 albums of original songs which have won him awards and nominations from the JUNOs, Les Prix Eloizes, and the East Coast Music Awards. Now, his long-awaited album, Time Travel, is on the brink of release. Rife with guest appearances—such as talent like Rose Cousins, Jenn Grant, The Fretless, The Atlantic String Machine, and others— Time Travel is a strong addition to Gallant’s already phenomenal artistic reputation.

A 13-track love letter to Gallant’s lyricism and vocals both, Time Travel opens strong with “Nothing Make Sense” ft. Jenn Grant. A slow-building, slow-blossoming crescendo, “Nothing Makes Sense” sets the lulling, enticing tone of the album, and promises to hook you in regardless of your preference of genre. Tracks “Selkie” ft. Mary Jane Lamond and “When I Heard You Sing” solidify both the album’s tonal diversity and Gallant’s unflappable talent of making each track sing with originality and depth.

Emotional, alluring, and nothing short of pitch-perfect, Time Travel is an absolute must-listen.

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