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Walking Proof

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With her strong, high voice and dedication to gritty, personal songwriting, Lilly Hiatt (daughter of John) deserves much credit for steadily building a separate musical identity in a career where being your own person seems next to impossible. Raised in Nashville exposed to her father's talent and connections, Hiatt relentlessly plumbs her emotional autobiography for material. The sinewy battleground of relationship wounds is her chosen dominion, and while this eternal subject is susceptible to tedium, the good news is that Hiatt's singing, melodies and lyrics have gained immensely in confidence and craft over the course of four albums.

Walking Proof opens with "Rae," a soft tribute to the sister her father also once wrote about, before a harder, full band edge thanks to slashing electric guitar chords from producer  Lincoln Parish, the former Cage the Elephant guitarist, is announced on "P-Town." Throughout, Parish adds welcome drama to Hiatt's best tunes like the mid-tempo "Some Kind of Drug," with dad guesting on background vocals, and "Brightest Star." On the former, the struggles with love and alcohol portrayed on her last album, 2017’s Trinity Lane, have Hiatt now admitting, "Her arms were open, wild eyed and hoping/Somebody could give her that kind of love." This collection's obvious air of determination and assurance is confirmed in the slow, sure finale, "Scream," where the resolute last line reveals her plan, "I ain't slowing down for nobody." © Robert Baird / Qobuz

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1
Rae
00:02:55

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

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P-Town
00:02:46

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

3
Little Believer
00:02:56

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

4
Some Kind of Drug
00:04:06

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

5
Candy Lunch
00:03:23

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

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Walking Proof
00:03:55

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

7
Drawl
00:03:55

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

8
Brightest Star
00:03:07

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

9
Never Play Guitar
00:03:20

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

10
Move
00:02:35

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

11
Scream
00:04:23

Lilly Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI), MusicPublisher

2020 New West Records, LLC 2020 Poppy Cat (BMI) / New West Independent Music Publishing (BMI)

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With her strong, high voice and dedication to gritty, personal songwriting, Lilly Hiatt (daughter of John) deserves much credit for steadily building a separate musical identity in a career where being your own person seems next to impossible. Raised in Nashville exposed to her father's talent and connections, Hiatt relentlessly plumbs her emotional autobiography for material. The sinewy battleground of relationship wounds is her chosen dominion, and while this eternal subject is susceptible to tedium, the good news is that Hiatt's singing, melodies and lyrics have gained immensely in confidence and craft over the course of four albums.

Walking Proof opens with "Rae," a soft tribute to the sister her father also once wrote about, before a harder, full band edge thanks to slashing electric guitar chords from producer  Lincoln Parish, the former Cage the Elephant guitarist, is announced on "P-Town." Throughout, Parish adds welcome drama to Hiatt's best tunes like the mid-tempo "Some Kind of Drug," with dad guesting on background vocals, and "Brightest Star." On the former, the struggles with love and alcohol portrayed on her last album, 2017’s Trinity Lane, have Hiatt now admitting, "Her arms were open, wild eyed and hoping/Somebody could give her that kind of love." This collection's obvious air of determination and assurance is confirmed in the slow, sure finale, "Scream," where the resolute last line reveals her plan, "I ain't slowing down for nobody." © Robert Baird / Qobuz

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