Gloriana

Much has been made of the tough time solo women have had getting a foothold on male-dominated country radio lately, but groups have it even harder—especially those with multiple lead singers, who must quickly and effectively introduce listeners to several distinct voices. It’s a tall order, but Gloriana just might be up to the task.

Brothers Tom and Mike Gossin, Rachel Reinert and Cheyenne Kimball pass the vocal baton among themselves with ease, and the stacks of harmonies on their self-titled debut reach to the heavens.

Matt Serletic, best known for his pop and rock productions, sometimes obscures the songs with sonic knickknacks they don’t need, but Gloriana’s power and potential shine through.

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