Brittany Howard’s new album: What Now


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What Now is the second solo studio album by Brittany Howard, the former vocalist of Alabama Shakes. Co-produced with Shawn Everett, the album features 12 songs that blend avant-garde, soul, R&B, and house. Recorded in Nashville at the Sound Emporium and RCA Studio B studios, the album explores the theme of uncertainty and change, as reflected in its title.

In a statement, Howard explained that the album’s title reflects the current state of the world, where everything seems to be more extreme and people are left wondering “what now?” Each song on the album represents a unique world, reflecting Howard’s thoughts and feelings at the time of its creation.

The album’s promotion began in October with the release of the self-titled single, followed by the tracks “Red Flag,” “Prove It to You,” and “Power to Undo.” What Now has received critical acclaim, with a score of 90 out of 100 on the Metacritic aggregator. Mojo magazine praised the album, stating that it captures Howard’s joy and ability to convey difficult emotions through brilliant songs.

What Now marks Howard’s debut with Island Records and is available for streaming on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. The album has been well-received by fans and critics alike, making it a must-listen for music enthusiasts. Be sure to check out other recent album releases and discover new music to enjoy.

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