Rebelution “Falling Into Place” album review

Rebelution “Falling Into Place” album review

Rebelution is back. After going roughly two years since their last LP Count Me In, the California based band is back with her brand new full length LP titled Falling Into Place and it is here right in time for your summer playlists. Infused with a mellow rock rhythms and underlying reggae notes, Rebelution showcases their talents as a headlining performer once again.

Rebelution showcases their talents as a headlining performer once again

Listeners will find themselves dancing in their seats and humming along to the melody of the opening “Know It All.” The infectious energy of this track sets the pace for what is to come over the next 10 songs. Coming in at 11 tracks, Falling Into Place has a nice balance of intense instrumentals and vocal tracks that vary from the rhythmic voice of Eric Rachmany to the energetic performance of guest artist Protoje on the track “Inhale Exhale.” Throughout the entire album, bass lines and guitar licks are crisp and clean, while the melodies are elegantly crafted in this thoughtful well defined package. Songs such as “Those Days,” “Free Up Your Mind” and “Inhale Exhale” illustrates an album-oriented production that took every minute of the record seriously.

Rebelution headed out on a very extensive Falling Into Place Summer Tour for the next few months that started early June with support from The Green, J Boog, Stick Figure, Through the Roots and DJ Mackle. For a full schedule, please check the tour dates below for a city near you!

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Track listing

  1. Know It All
  2. Inhale Exhale (feat. Protoje)
  3. Upper Hand
  4. Lay My Claim
  5. Pretty Lady
  6. Santa Barbara
  7. Those Days
  8. Free up Your Mind
  9. Mirage
  10. High on Life
  11. Breakdown

Rebelution Red Rocks Falling Into Place Tour Recap

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Release Date: June 3, 2016 • Copyright: (C) 2016 87 Music / Easy Star Records

Disclaimer: All views presented in this album review are those of the reviewer and not necessarily those of Top Shelf Reggae.

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