Sweet Right Here

The Osborn sisters' last album, 2002's Knock on the Sky, was an ambitious attempt to fuse country with grandiose pop. After that, this stripped-down follow-up can't help sounding like a retreat into simpler pleasures.

But if Sweet Right Here is a step backward, it's an enjoyable one. Kristyn Osborn's songs are still sharply written, and the sisters' harmonies still fill out every engaging melody. The hit "Passenger Seat" thrums along hummingly, "360 Degrees of You" is lovably lusty, and the serial-killer epic "A Woman's Work" suggests SHeDAISY still has some ambition left.

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