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Behind The Light by Phillip Phillips

Album

Behind The Light

Phillip Phillips

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Album

Behind The Light

Phillip Phillips

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Label: 19 Recordings/Interscope
What made Phillip Phillips' 2012 debut The World from the Side of the Moon such a runaway success is how the precocious singer-songwriter (and American Idol champ) married an American pop-rock sound a la Dave Matthews Band and Jack Johnson to dramatically sweeping choruses inspired by British acts such as Coldplay and Snow Patrol. Behind the Light certainly is a continuation of this approach, yet the sophomore effort also sounds more confident and expressive. The propulsive lead single "Raging Fire" is solid proof of this, so are "Alive Again" and the tastefully orchestral "Fool for You."

About This Album

What made Phillip Phillips' 2012 debut The World from the Side of the Moon such a runaway success is how the precocious singer-songwriter (and American Idol champ) married an American pop-rock sound a la Dave Matthews Band and Jack Johnson to dramatically sweeping choruses inspired by British acts such as Coldplay and Snow Patrol. Behind the Light certainly is a continuation of this approach, yet the sophomore effort also sounds more confident and expressive. The propulsive lead single "Raging Fire" is solid proof of this, so are "Alive Again" and the tastefully orchestral "Fool for You."

Songs

About This Album

What made Phillip Phillips' 2012 debut The World from the Side of the Moon such a runaway success is how the precocious singer-songwriter (and American Idol champ) married an American pop-rock sound a la Dave Matthews Band and Jack Johnson to dramatically sweeping choruses inspired by British acts such as Coldplay and Snow Patrol. Behind the Light certainly is a continuation of this approach, yet the sophomore effort also sounds more confident and expressive. The propulsive lead single "Raging Fire" is solid proof of this, so are "Alive Again" and the tastefully orchestral "Fool for You."