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Its always 20/20: Chris Register drops quality thirteen-track album ‘Hindsight’

Cruising in with the terrific follow up to 2020’s ‘Wake Up Call‘, Chris Register sends us his 14-track ‘Hindsight‘ album that has him in thoughtfully top form.

Maine-based proud father and indie r&b singer-songwriter/rapper Chris Register, makes that soulful reflective music that strikes at your heart with warmth and makes you truly think about where you are headed in life and with love.

With a gripping voice that zips the doubt out of your head and puts the spring in your step, he lifts the mood on the dark and gloomy world with a sterling effort full of r&b lo-fi beats, sultry vocals and atmospheric daydreams.

The highlights on this album are vast as there are no fillers which makes a welcome change from most albums of this size. Particular tracks that have a little bit of extra shine are definitely ‘Feelings‘, the love song that will have the candles on low as you get close with that special one in your life. The calming and classy vocals of GIA adds so much and these two should make more music together, as they are perfectly matched.

Moving On‘ is another sweetly tendered song that sweeps you off your feet due to the stunning vocals and lyrics that flows through the speakers and drowns out all other distractions.

Ur Eyes‘ is another gem here as the tone slows down with the mellow acoustic vibes and this seems to suit this wildly talented artist.

Hindsight‘ from Maine indie singer-songwriter/rapper Chris Register, is that gem in the ground that is hard to find but when you do, it was certainly worth finding it. He sings with such poise and class throughout, full of vocals that are highly impressive.

Looking back does you no good in life and the key is to learn from those lost loves and to makes sure that next time you give your heart to someone, you have taken the time to make sure that they won’t break it. Easier said than done but possible, if you believe enough and use your gut instinct correctly.

Stream this criminally underrated album here on Spotify and see his adventures on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen