Released October 6, 2017. Tenderness Tracklist. 1. Free at Last Lyrics.
Tenderness sounds bigger, bolder, and more sensual than Blue Hawaii's previous work, thanks to the duo's embrace of house, disco, and '90s dance music. Nowhere is this clearer or more irresistible than on "No One Like You," where giddy, disco-tinged strings and beats capture the thrill of being head-over-heels
The albums that came before it tell of Raphaelle Standell and Alexander Kerby’s relationship up to the point of Tenderness; Blooming Summer their sunny beginnings and Untogether their romantic uncoupling. Tenderness - Very Good, Based on 5 Critics. 80. The albums that came before it tell of Raphaelle Standell and Alexander Kerby’s relationship up to the point of Tenderness; Blooming Summer their sunny beginnings and Untogether their romantic uncoupling. Spending more time apart, the duo wrote remotely on their second album, communicating virtually to bring their ideas together which translates as a theme to their third release.
Their second is a brighter-but just as tactile-affair, anchored by the soaring, Björk-like voice of Raphaelle Standell-Preston. It dials in classic, gospel-influenced house ( No One Like You ), hazy trip-hop ( Younger Heart ), and string-soaked ballads ( Do You Need Me? ) with a production style that makes even the album’s most stylish moments feel grounded and handmade. Tenderness Blue Hawaii.
Blue Hawaii, the duo comprising Raphaelle Ra Standell of Braids and Alex Agor Kerby, are back with the follow-up to 2013’s Untogether. Tenderness is out October 6 on Arbutus. Below, check out lead track No One Like You. Scroll down to see the album art and tracklist. In a press release, the band describes the new record as Björk meets the xx and DJ Koze. Prior to Tenderness, Blue Hawaii’s most recent tracks- Get Happy and Get Happier -arrived in 2014. In 2015, Standell-Preston released Deep in the Iris with Braids
Blue Hawaii are back with a new LP. Tenderness is the first new material from Canadian artists Raphaelle Standell and Alexander Kerby (who also DJs under the name Agor) since 2013's Untogether. Where that album was about the duo's romantic breakup, the new one is inspired by mediating relationships through the internet and long-distance communication. Arbutus Records says the album takes influences from '90s dance music and "deep disco cuts," mixed in with Standell's acoustic guitar