On Booth debut Lil Darlin’, featured back in November of 2012, blues/soul buzzmaker ZZ Ward pleaded with her man to “please, please, please quite draggin’ [her] heart through them coals.” Evidently he didn’t listen; sick of waiting on him to change, the Hollywood Records signee unceremoniously cuts him loose on the newly-released 365 Days. The Blended Babies’ rhythmic piano chords back Ward as she shows her two-timing fella the door, delivering her kiss-offs in a smoky vocal style sure to elicit a few comparisons to Adele. Featuring some trippy, Inception-esque special effects, the official visuals offer an imaginative illustration of the record’s theme. Fans can find 365 Days and much more on debut album Till the Casket Drops, released last October and available now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 08/5/13
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