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“Midnight Train is an EP which has been crafted with true musicianship, integrity and a clear sense of direction. Latham is without doubt, a remarkable lyricist, musician and performer. On repeat listens, it's difficult to believe that this is Latham's first release. He is clearly a seasoned performer, and everything from the delivery to the production is of an outstanding quality. His musicianship and artistry beguiles his years, and it's a pleasure to witness the emergence of such a promising new troubadour. Outstanding.”
“Conclusion: Jacob Latham has proven himself with this latest EP release called “Midnight Train”. Hopefully more is to come this Summer. He’s clearly are an up and coming talent around Indiana and members of his band are capable musicians. But getting back to Latham – his overall presence and emotional vocal style is the main ingredient here that makes this band really shine. I must admit Jacob Latham sucked me in like a powerful drug refusing to let go long after it was over. This usually indicates he is something special about the artist or band in question, deserving of praise, recognition and musical fame at the international level.”
“The Bottom Line: “Midnight Train from Jacob Latham is well-suited for audiences that enjoy all the typical conventions of Folk-Pop-Americana and more. Even slight elements of Singer/Songwriter mood music and earthy Jazzy pop. Expect great things from Latham as his cult fanbase gets established in the Midwest. I feel there’s a disgruntled audience out there just waiting for him to arrive with open arms.”
“. Latham is obviously experienced at performing and writing powerful music, but it’s the combination of all of the above that makes him so deadly. I mean, there is nothing here that really seems all that original or fresh, or that’s already been done before. Perhaps that is why Latham is in our players in the first place. Forgive me if I’m talking in circles – but some bands and artists can deliver music that’s pretty straight forward, conservative and painfully simple yet brilliant in scope. Bottom line: they make it look so easy.”