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The Storm

ZZ Ward

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1
Ghost
ZZ Ward
3:00
2
Cannonball
ZZ Ward
3:58
3
Help Me Mama
ZZ Ward
3:06
4
The Storm
ZZ Ward
3:13
5
Domino
ZZ Ward
2:50
6
Let It Burn
ZZ Ward
3:08
7
Bag of Bones
ZZ Ward
3:17
8
She Ain't Me
ZZ Ward
2:51
9
If U Stayed
ZZ Ward
3:33
10
Hold On
ZZ Ward
3:12
11
Ride
ZZ Ward
4:05
Total Playing Time    36:13
Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist and vocal powerhouse ZZ Ward recalls some of her earliest influences with her sophomore release The Storm, eleven songs that run the gamut from gospel pleas and blues confessionals to hip hop urgency and pop euphoria. Joined by numerous high-profile collaborators—including Blended Babies, Ludwig Goransson and Michael Fitzpatrick—the crooner brings a heightened sensitivity and raw emotion to this record that even the most dispassionate listeners will find moving.

"For me, this album wasn't really about experimenting. It was more about simplicity, honing in on what I love about music and what makes me who I am as an artist... Sometimes, to evolve you don't need to go outside of yourself; you can reach further inside of yourself instead."
- ZZ Ward
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Hollywood Records Studio Masters

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