New Album ‘Higher’ From Chris Stapleton – Mixed and Engineered by Vance Powell

Chris Stapleton released his new album Higher ( Mercury Nashville) on Friday.

The album was engineered and mixed by GPS client Vance Powell.

Rolling Stone shared about the album:

“At times, Stapleton’s latest feels like a more mature, seasoned sequel to his multi-platinum 2015 debut Traveller: 14 songs, many of them redemptive ballads and breezy California country-rock; Stapleton even brought back “Whiskey and You” co-writer Lee Thomas Miller for “The Bottom,” a devastating alcoholic’s lament that once again finding Stapleton in his wheelhouse singing about Jim Beam desperation. Elsewhere, generous adult statements like “The Day I Die” and “Trust” convey a hard-won peace, full of the type of middle-aged wisdom the seeking protagonists on Traveller were so desperately seeking.”

Listen to the album below: