Sing About It

On three sun-dappled days last March, five voices of the musical group VOCO gathered in Mobile, Ala., to record in the beautiful Dauphin Street Studios. Little did they know the world would begin shutting down in response to COVID-19 the next day. Moira Smiley and VOCO scattered to shelter at home — Smiley came back to Bristol. Soon after, as cries for social justice echoed around the world, these 12 freshly-recorded songs took on a new urgency.  From the sharp, shocked inhale that opens anti-racist anthem, “Sing About It” to the rhythmic ripple of the empathic “Refugee” and sweet banjo-...

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