Qobuz Store wallpaper
Categories:
Cart 0

Your cart is empty

Seratones|POWER

POWER

Seratones

Available in
logo Hi-Res
24-Bit 96.0 kHz - Stereo

Unlimited Streaming

Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps

Start my trial period and start listening to this album

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Subscribe

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Digital Download

Purchase and download this album in a wide variety of formats depending on your needs.

Some people like sushi, and some people think the notion of eating raw fish is disgusting. Similarly, there are folks who like their music with the rough edges still in place, and others prefer something with more buff and shine. The Seratones' 2016 debut album, Get Gone, was a great, scrappy set of garage-oriented rock & roll with a skilled R&B belter on lead vocals, but the folks who dug the raucous sound of that LP may have a different reaction to their second full-length, 2019's Power. During the space between the two albums, guitarist Connor Davis left the band, they added Travis Stewart to replace him, and brought in a keyboard player, Tyran Coker, to join singer and guitarist AJ Haynes, bassist Adam Davis, and Jesse Gabriel on drums and percussion. The new and expanded Seratones are a considerably more polished and disciplined band on Power, and while the group's greatest asset, the voice of AJ Haynes, is still front and center, she shouts less and croons more this time out. There's no arguing that she's an outstanding vocalist, but with more pop, soul, and girl group influences audible in this set of songs, she has expanded her stylistic range, and in some respects, she's traded a greater precision for the excitement and immediacy of her earlier work. Between the '60s pop accents of "Fear," the propulsive rhythmic pop of "Heart Attack," the dancefloor-ready funk of "Gotta Get to Know Ya," and the sleek MTV-era surfaces of "Sad Boi," the songwriting, performances, and production on Power are savvy and professional in a way Get Gone was not. But Power doesn't rock like the debut, and it lacks some of the fun and abandon that made their first album such a treat. While Power is a solid and well-crafted album from a band with talent to spare, it differs in so many ways from Get Gone that it could very nearly pass for a different group, and personal taste more than anything else that will tell which Seratones you will prefer.
© Mark Deming /TiVo

More info

POWER

Seratones

launch qobuz app I already downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS Open

download qobuz app I have not downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS yet Download the Qobuz app

You are currently listening to samples.

Listen to over 90 million songs with an unlimited streaming plan.

Listen to this playlist and more than 90 million songs with our unlimited streaming plans.

From €12,50/month

1
Fear
00:03:34

Seratones, MainArtist - A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Sounds Like a Fire (ASCAP) / Bradley Shultz Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher - AJ Haynes, Dan Molad, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Sounds Like a Fire (ASCAP) / Bradley Shultz Publishing (BMI)

2
Power
00:03:44

Seratones, MainArtist - A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / LNP Productions (ASCAP) / Gabeferguson (ASCAP) / Aardquark (AS, MusicPublisher - AJ Haynes, Lewis Pesacov, Jesse Gabriel, Adam Davis, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / LNP Productions (ASCAP) / Gabeferguson (ASCAP) / Aardquark (AS

3
Heart Attack
00:03:07

Seratones, MainArtist - A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Aardquark (ASCAP) / Gabeferguson (ASCAP) / Goldspeak (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - AJ Haynes, Adam Davis, Jesse Gabriel, Connor Davis, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Aardquark (ASCAP) / Gabeferguson (ASCAP) / Goldspeak (ASCAP)

4
Lie to My Face Explicit
00:03:32

Seratones, MainArtist - Bradley Shultz Publishing (BMI) / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Brad Shultz, AJ Haynes, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 Bradley Shultz Publishing (BMI) / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP)

5
Gotta Get to Know Ya Explicit
00:02:17

Seratones, MainArtist - Gabe Simon Music Publishing / These Are Songs of Pulse (ASCAP) / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - Gabe Simon, AJ Haynes, Adam Davis, Jesse Gabriel, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 Gabe Simon Music Publishing / These Are Songs of Pulse (ASCAP) / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP)

6
Over You
00:02:41

Seratones, MainArtist - A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / LNP Productions (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - AJ Haynes, Lewis Pesacov, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / LNP Productions (ASCAP)

7
Permission
00:03:26

Seratones, MainArtist - Warneparker (ASCAP) admin by Downtown Music Publishing / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Bradl, MusicPublisher - Austin Jenkins, AJ Haynes, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 Warneparker (ASCAP) admin by Downtown Music Publishing / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Bradl

8
Sad Boi
00:02:51

Seratones, MainArtist - A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / International Dog Music / Royal Peach Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher - AJ Haynes, Daniel Tashian, Adam Davis, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / International Dog Music / Royal Peach Publishing (BMI)

9
Who Are You Now
00:03:06

Seratones, MainArtist - LNP Productions (ASCAP) / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Aardquark (ASCAP) / Gabeferguson (AS, MusicPublisher - Lewis Pesacov, AJ Haynes, Adam Davis, Jesse Gabriel, Connor Davis, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 LNP Productions (ASCAP) / A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / Aardquark (ASCAP) / Gabeferguson (AS

10
Crossfire
00:04:53

Seratones, MainArtist - A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / International Dog Music / Royal Peach Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher - AJ Haynes, Daniel Tashian, Adam Davis, Jesse Gabriel, Brad Shultz, Composer

2019 New West Records, LLC 2019 A.J. Haynes Publishing (ASCAP) / International Dog Music / Royal Peach Publishing (BMI)

Album Description

Some people like sushi, and some people think the notion of eating raw fish is disgusting. Similarly, there are folks who like their music with the rough edges still in place, and others prefer something with more buff and shine. The Seratones' 2016 debut album, Get Gone, was a great, scrappy set of garage-oriented rock & roll with a skilled R&B belter on lead vocals, but the folks who dug the raucous sound of that LP may have a different reaction to their second full-length, 2019's Power. During the space between the two albums, guitarist Connor Davis left the band, they added Travis Stewart to replace him, and brought in a keyboard player, Tyran Coker, to join singer and guitarist AJ Haynes, bassist Adam Davis, and Jesse Gabriel on drums and percussion. The new and expanded Seratones are a considerably more polished and disciplined band on Power, and while the group's greatest asset, the voice of AJ Haynes, is still front and center, she shouts less and croons more this time out. There's no arguing that she's an outstanding vocalist, but with more pop, soul, and girl group influences audible in this set of songs, she has expanded her stylistic range, and in some respects, she's traded a greater precision for the excitement and immediacy of her earlier work. Between the '60s pop accents of "Fear," the propulsive rhythmic pop of "Heart Attack," the dancefloor-ready funk of "Gotta Get to Know Ya," and the sleek MTV-era surfaces of "Sad Boi," the songwriting, performances, and production on Power are savvy and professional in a way Get Gone was not. But Power doesn't rock like the debut, and it lacks some of the fun and abandon that made their first album such a treat. While Power is a solid and well-crafted album from a band with talent to spare, it differs in so many ways from Get Gone that it could very nearly pass for a different group, and personal taste more than anything else that will tell which Seratones you will prefer.
© Mark Deming /TiVo

About the album

Improve album information

Qobuz logo Why buy on Qobuz...

On sale now...

Barn

Neil Young

Barn Neil Young

Harvest

Neil Young

Harvest Neil Young

Toast

Neil Young

Toast Neil Young

On the Beach

Neil Young

On the Beach Neil Young
More on Qobuz
By Seratones

Love & Algorhythms

Seratones

Love & Algorhythms Seratones

Dark Matter

Seratones

Dark Matter Seratones

Good Day

Seratones

Good Day Seratones

Get Gone

Seratones

Get Gone Seratones

Pleasure

Seratones

Pleasure Seratones
You may also like...

The Car

Arctic Monkeys

The Car Arctic Monkeys

Unlimited Love

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Unlimited Love Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Tipping Point

Tears For Fears

The Tipping Point Tears For Fears

Happier Than Ever (Explicit)

Billie Eilish

WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

Billie Eilish

In your panoramas...
Pavement's Not-So-Secret Genre-Making History

Thirty years ago, Pavement set a road map for '90s indie rock—lo-fi, whip-smart, Gen-X cynical—with their career-defining Slanted and Enchanted. (And yes, the band came to define the term "slacker rock.") You can still hear their influence on artists like Courtney Barnett, Deerhunter, Beabadoobee, Parquet Courts, Kiwi Jr., and many more. And, of course, they famously, majorly inspired Blur's 1997 self-titled album, in effect changing the face of Brit-pop without even meaning to. As Pavement continues on their first tour since 2010, here's a look back at the band's history through their epochal records.

And then Nirvana Killed Rock

In 1987, Nirvana was born: the most unexpected punk swerve of the end of the 20th century. A rocketing career, international hits, hordes of fans and a tragic epilogue for this worldwide phenomenon. And what if Kurt Cobain’s band was none other than the last band in the history of rock? The ultimate generational phenomenon of genre, if not its last myth.

The Women of Nashville

It's not easy to elbow your way through the macho Music City scene, the birthplace of country music, when you're a woman. Over the years, some of them have nevertheless managed to shift lines and attitudes, like these ten pioneers and revolutionaries who have put – even stamped – their boots on Nashville's table.

In the news...