Posted on: January 10, 2020 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0

While the titular opening to You Can’t Run Out of Love starts in a time-honored singer / songwriter style, Siobhan O’Brien immediately reaches into the stratosphere with The King’s Fool. Adopting traditional native American and country and western styles with a bit of Sheryl Crow, O’Brien has a hit on her hands. The Burger Song is a bit of 1960s rock with hints of Depeche Mode and The Pretenders. O’Brien shifts into a more introspective and softer style with Sanctuary. There may be a number of distinct musical tacks taken during O’Brien’s latest album, but You Can’t Run Out of Love is a cohesive, alluring entity that has considerable replay value.

Siobhan O’Brien – You Can’t Run Out of Love / Domain /

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