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  1. Aug 10,  · [Chorus: Tirzah & (Coby Sey)] Yeah I want your arms Your kisses, your devotion (So listen to me) Yeah I want your arms (So listen to me, so listen to me, yeah) Your kisses, your devotion .
  2. Welcome to Tirzah. We exist to inspire and equip a generation of YOUNG women OF NOBLE CHARACTER, ROOTED IN God’s WORD, FRUITFUL IN GOOD WORKS and Faithful in all things.
  3. Aug 09,  · Tirzah: Devotion review – quiet love stories from DIY R&B enigma. Go Now, like most of the songs on Devotion, orbits a small, repeated loop, often played on the piano or slightly tarnished-sounding synths. While you could accuse the ideas of being underdeveloped, that’s the .
  4. Reach Domino are honoured to introduce Devotion; the hugely anticipated debut album from one of London's most exciting underground talents, Tirzah. Arriving on the back of a lauded run of releases on Greco Roman, Devotion shines a brilliant new light on Tirzah's unique experimental pop, exquisitely soulful voice and potent contemporary lyricism.
  5. Aug 10,  · Tirzah Mastin’s debut album Devotion is a compelling vision of what imperfect pop music can be—joyful in both sound and feeling precisely /
  6. As attention-getting as her partner's contributions are, Tirzah is Devotion's fulcrum. Many of her vocals are first takes, and her realness grounds the album, whether on the rapturous sway of "Gladly" or its opposite, "Go Now," which finds her silencing a lover by singing "Don't raise your voice to me" with equal parts gentleness and strength.8/
  7. Tirzah pursues the slowest-burning soul feels on Devotion, the London-based singer-songwriter’s humbly singular début album, produced by Mica Levi and providing us with total life affirming summer listening - most probably the record we've listened to most .

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