Some artists turn you into a creeper. Their words and music resonate so profoundly with your current predicament that you end up obsessed — devouring everything remotely related to them: studio performances, radio interviews, and articles revealing their background and influences.
Adele Adkins is one of those artists. Inspired by a recent breakup and her newfound love for country music, Adele takes her sophomore album, 21, into deep emotive waters. The kind of raw, poignant heft that could make Marcus Mumford sigh.