Jonathan Thulin - The White Room

Published Monday 25th February 2013
Jonathan Thulin - The White Room
Jonathan Thulin - The White Room

RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 130017-19569
LABEL: Dream 616983798089
RELEASE DATE: 2012-11-12
RRP: £12.98

Reviewed by Samuel Parker

It's not often you find an album which blends pop music and biblical lyrics with such ease. Songs such as the previously released single "Dead Come To Life" featuring Charmaine and "I Am Nothing" see Thulin channelling worship into a popular music context, something which this album shows that he excels in. Swedish American Thulin appears to have gone with a slightly different approach with 'The White Room' in comparison to his previous albums. Although this album still sounds nimbly produced, the style of his music appears to have morphed and headed in a different musical direction. Be prepared for a mix of euro pop and something close resembling a mellow version of For King & Country as Thulin starts big with "Masquerade" before gradually relaxing from "Torches" onwards as the production thins out to more personal, reflective songs. There is also a track featuring guest Rachael Lampa. All in all, 'The White Room' is an impressive stylistic development by the gifted singer/songwriter.

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Product Description
Jonathan Thulin, originally from Sweden and current member of the top charting group Press Play releases his second effort The White Room. The White Room is an epic, orchestral, organic sounding album. Written in a storyline or play like theme, the album talks about the struggles we all face as humans or the fight good vs. evil.

The album features appearances by Rachel Lampa and Charmaine.

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