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Safe Passage is the follow-up to 2018’s Coyote, which Rolling Stone Country called “dreamy folk with a good balance of sadness and sunshine.” From the start of Safe Passage’s gentle opener, Abney draws a line between himself and the expectations of others. “I just want to feel good,” he sings softly, setting the tone for the album’s cyclical narrative, a ten-song exploration of happiness and self-acceptance and grace. This introspection continues and bleeds heavy on the album’s lead single, “Turn Again." It’s a subtly catchy and elegant track written about the loss of a good friend and the self-sabotaging habits to which we all fall.

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Safe Passage (Digital Download)

John Calvin Abney

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I Just Wanna Feel Good 2:51

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Kind Days 4:10

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Turn Again 4:18

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When The Dark Winds Blow 4:12

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Backwards Spring 4:37

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Honest Liar 3:44

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Days Of Disconnect 3:32

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Typeface In Bold 4:20

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Soft Rain After All 1:48

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Maybe Happy 4:14

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Safe Passage is the follow-up to 2018’s Coyote, which Rolling Stone Country called “dreamy folk with a good balance of sadness and sunshine.” From the start of Safe Passage’s gentle opener, Abney draws a line between himself and the expectations of others. “I just want to feel good,” he sings softly, setting the tone for the album’s cyclical narrative, a ten-song exploration of happiness and self-acceptance and grace. This introspection continues and bleeds heavy on the album’s lead single, “Turn Again." It’s a subtly catchy and elegant track written about the loss of a good friend and the self-sabotaging habits to which we all fall.

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