Adeline's first solo record in some time is a stellar piece of work

You may know of Adeline from her solo work, or you may know her as the vocalist for the exceptional disco band Escort. But, if for whatever reason you don't know her yet, know this: she has an undeniably spectacular voice that commands your fullest attention from the first note she sings. Whatever the subject, she has the skills to hone in on the exact emotionality required, and she does so with a deftness that denotes her near-certain staying power on the scene. In "When I'm Alone," premiering here today, Adeline wields this weapon with ease. 

Most of us know the feeling of a love not at hand. Whether the object of our affection is on the other side of town or on the other side of the world, the urgency of longing is one of the most beautifully frustrating parts of being alive. On this bright and airy disco jam, Adeline perfectly describes the lengths and depths of the desires that seem to remain just outside our reach.  

You can purchase the vinyl here now, packaging the original with three choice remixes, on house favorite Razor-N-Tape records. 

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