CALUM SCOTT – ONLY HU­MAN (SPE­CIAL EDI­TION)

DNA Magazine - - MUSIC REVIEWS -

This Bri­tish hot­tie’s haunt­ing com­ing-out hymn No Mat­ter What didn’t make his de­but al­bum be­cause he sim­ply wasn’t ready, at that time, to give it to the world. Now he is. “It is with­out ques­tion the most per­sonal song

I’ve ever writ­ten and the one I’m most proud of,” Calum told DNA. “It’s a song borne from lone­li­ness, ac­cep­tance and the heart­break­ing but lib­er­at­ing tale of my com­ing-out ex­pe­ri­ence. What I love about this song is it isn’t just lim­ited to a story of sex­ual iden­tity, but about the re­la­tion­ship be­tween par­ent and child and ac­cep­tance as a whole.” With four new ad­di­tions (in­clud­ing peren­nial White Christ­mas in which Calum out-croons Bu­ble) this spe­cial Hu­man is only essen­tial.

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