In Our Own Sweet Time Vance Joy

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Label: Atlantic Records

Genre: Pop

Subgenre: Pop Rock

Artist: Vance Joy

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  • 1Don't Fade03:10
  • 2Solid Ground03:33
  • 3Missing Piece03:35
  • 4Catalonia03:38
  • 5Way That I’m Going03:47
  • 6Every Side Of You03:24
  • 7Clarity03:47
  • 8Wavelength03:38
  • 9Boardwalk03:10
  • 10Looking At Me Like That03:20
  • 11This One03:15
  • 12Daylight02:51
  • Total Runtime41:08

Info for In Our Own Sweet Time

Vance Joy's third studio album was written mostly in the pandemic period, In Our Own Sweet Time is Joy’s most personal project yet. Realizing what truly matters and growing in new ways personally and creatively, the album is fueled by old friends, new memories and finding love in a not-so-hopeless place. In Our Own Sweet Time includes collaborations with hitmakers such as Joel Little (Lorde, Taylor Swift), Dan Wilson (Adele, Leon Bridges), Take a Day Trip (Miley Cyrus, Lil Nas X) and more.

On the title of his new album, In Our Own Sweet Time, Joy shared, “I’m always drawn to the idea of timelessness or that shared moment that takes you out of the chaos outside. If the world is crazy, you can retreat somewhere. It’s always hard to think of the right title but I think that sums up the album perfectly.”

On “Clarity” Joy shared, “It’s very upbeat and poppy. Dan Wilson says if there is a song you might be a bit shy about because it feels poppy or makes you feel uncomfortable because it’s saying something really directly that’s probably the single. I got that feeling from ‘Clarity.’ When we finished the song Joel said he could imagine the feel of the production – when he sent it back to me, with the full production, it just exploded. I didn’t see that coming. The original voice memo was me doing mouth trumpet. He even sampled my weak mouth trumpet in the original demo, then that got replaced with the real thing.”

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