jace returns with his most ambitious album to date, a raucous, revelatory song cycle examining matters of love, death, faith & contemporary America.
The Nashville-based singer/songwriter’s deconstructs & re-imagines the Book through his own unique perspective, examining matters of love, death, faith, & contemporary America via these most primal of metaphors. There are allusions to such Biblical greatest hits as Sodom & Gomorrah, Jonah & the Whale, & Peter the Rock, alongside deep cuts like ‘Sapphira,’ a righteous romp through trials, tithing, & divine judgment. Everett’s musical approach is as daring & wide-ranging as his subject demands, a hallucinatory hybrid of blues, country, boogie, gospel, & rock – in short, the span & spectrum of American music in all its glory. Yet despite its epic scope, ‘Terra Rosa’ is at heart an intensely intimate album, its invention & irreverence all reflecting Everett’s own struggles with sin & spirit.