St. Paul & The Broken Bones announce Young Sing Camellia for 9/7 release

by Woody on July 13, 2018

Credit: McNair Evans

Birmingham’s St. Paul & The Broken Bones are back with their 3rd album, Young Sing Camellia. Following the success of 2016’s Sea of Noise, the band enlisted celebrated R&B/hip-hop/dance producer Jack Splash to produce the new album. The track below reminds me of peak-era Tower Of Power.

Where Sea Of Noise featured an outward looking commentary on the current state of our society, Young Sick Camellia looks deeply inward featuring Janeway’s most personal lyrics to date. The singer dives into his own family dynamic, addressing generational differences while also searching to find common ground. How can we love those so dear to us while their thoughts, opinions and experiences are diametrically opposed to our own? How do we understand and relate to each other? Janeway began to focus on how each generation views the one that preceded them. The process was and continues to be cathartic with more exploration ahead.

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