Review: ‘What A Song Can Do’ – Lady A

Lady A have delivered yet another stunning album, showcasing their phenomenal songwriting abilities and their beautiful harmonies on their latest album, ‘What A Song Can Do’.

Even after 15 years in the industry, they are still finding ways to surprise and impress fans; this is the first record that features a song where Dave Haywood takes the lead vocal. With a soft tone to his voice he sings the self penned love song he wrote for his wife on Mothers Day, ‘Workin On This Love’. It’s intimate in it’s delivery and when Hillary and Charles join him on the chorus, the sound is sublime.

It’s not the only first for the band on this record as they present their first true collaboration in which they team up with Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker and Carly Pearce for ‘Friends Don’t Let Friends’ a fun, upbeat track full of character!

The real highlight for me though is the song ‘Fire’ it’s a classic storytelling song in the verses, with an inspiring and uplifting chorus.

Time after time, Lady A deliver  stunning albums with great lyricism and catchy melodies at the core as well as their famed and unrivalled vocal harmonies, ‘What A Song Can Do’ is Lady A at their very best. 

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