Review: Twenty 22 – Annie Keating

Keating is touring the UK throughout September and October and is bringing out an exclusive EP to accompany the tour. I love Keating’s gritty, gravelly vocals, they pack a punch and this EP announces her return to live music with the opening track ‘Twenty 22’. It’s got an energetic production that leans slighter towards the rockier side. The previously released ‘Sunshine Parade’, riddled with Keith Richards inspired guitar licks was inspired by the heatwave in New York last year as Keating longed to get away. My favourite track is the ending, ‘Feels Like Home’ where we hear a slightly more vulnerable side to Keating’s vocals in this stripped back ballad. This album is the UK’s reward for their commitment and support for Keating throughout her career and it’s a real treat to get to hear these collection of songs. Some of Keating’s finest work is on this record and it’s worth going to the show, if only to pick up one of these exclusive records. 

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