REVIEW album Rag'N'Bone Man Human

Please Welcome Rag 'N' Bone Man's 'Human'

Instantly grabbing our attention with the single "Human", Rag 'N' Bone Man almost came from nowhere and took us all by surprise with this fantastic track and insight into his amazing voice.

Rory Graham has graced us all with his debut album 'Human' consisting of 12 brilliant soulful and grab you by the heart and punch you twice songs. Obviously the first track on the album is "Human" which has been played everywhere, taking over the charts and for UK listeners it's impossible to not know it.

But it's tracks such as "Be the Man" that really grab you from the inside and don't let you go, his soulful yet patient voice is tranquil and allows Graham to reach all sorts of ranges but remain in tune and pleasant to the ears. "Be the Man" is a soft song and its' connotation makes it approachable and relateable.

With an array of gentle and upbeat songs, Rag 'N' Bone Man executes this album and really shows his potential and talent to have a long career ahead of him. The pinnacle track on the album for me is "Arrow", it's upbeat, inspiring and his voice is exceptional. By now we all know Rag 'N' Bone Man can really sing but the music on 'Human' is also really fantastic, it is noticeable how the creative and thought process works in correlation to the music and songwriting which is extremely complimentary.

This is an album I would definitely go out and buy which is a lot to say for the music industry these days, but the next step is seeing Rag 'N' Bone Man live and after selling out his two shows at London's Shepherds Bush Empire I'm sure he wont disappoint.


  • Fully agree with you Hannah, he is on my list to go see this year for deffinite