‘53 Sundays Project’ is roughly broken down into two sets of songs. Tracks like ‘Blasphemy’ are fun and bouncy, while the likes of ‘Saints And Sinners’ are more R&B leaning. Both work incredibly well in telling Ebenezer’s story and showing that he is capable of writing pop as well as tender ballads.
Standout track ’53 Sundays’ opens with a huge church organ before making way for a dirty beat and bass line. As the song progresses the religious motifs appear and reappear, as does a choir.
Sunday morning confessions about Saturday night debauchery, there is a brutal honesty to Ebenezer that is hard to ignore.
Dig This? Dig Deeper! Loyle Carner, Hak Baker, Sampha
Words: Nick Roseblade
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