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  • Summary: The fifth full-length studio release for Seattle's The Head And The Heart features production from Jesse Shatkin, John Hill, Andrew Sarlo, and Sammy Witte.
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  1. May 13, 2022
    Ultimately, Every Shade of Blue is an easy, accessible listen, and many of its tracks are certainly radio-friendly. There are pleasant pop hooks and a few earworms here and there.
  2. May 13, 2022
    There is always an intimacy and an emotional immediacy to what they do as a band, but more often than not it stays too much in that one place, their comfort zone. It causes an album like this to come across like a collection of demo tracks by a very accomplished band that lays out their aural plan, but doesn’t ever fully color in all of the spaces available to them. It doesn’t evolve into what it could be.
  3. May 13, 2022
    While elements of ‘Every Shade of Blue’ may struggle to cut through its over-ambitious production value, the album is bound to translate well on the big stage regardless.
  4. Classic Rock Magazine
    May 13, 2022
    The title track about wanting to know more about your partner, is strong enough to rise above the clichés, but some others are not so fortunate. [Jun 2022, p.79]