One of the more modern sounding pop songs on Hall's album is the beautiful "Te Amo." Musically stripped down, the song reveals a much softer and vulnerable side to the singer.
"When you're a musician, you meet a lot of people, but you're always moving. You can't really get attached to anyone. Sometimes you meet someone who has a really big effect on you," Hall explains in a press release.
My personal favorite from the album is "Dr. Seuss," which Hall co-wrote with his prducer, Jimmy Messer. The track is upbeat, playful, and actually quotes Dr. Seuss. I am all for music that has a message, yet maintains an overall fun quality. "Dr. Seuss" accomplishes that and then some.
When I listen to albums, I always imagine how the songs would sound live, and "Dr. Seuss" has "sing-a-long" written all over it. And what better song to sing, than one about enjoying everything that life offers?
If you are looking for an album where there's lyrical depth to be found and the music runs the emotional gamut, then Everything Everytime Everywhere should be the latest addition to your music collection.
Trevor Hall's latest album, Everything Everytime Everywhere is available Tuesday, August 23.
For more information on Trevor Hall, check out visit his official website.