Boomkat Product Review:
Tirzah pursues the slowest-burning soul feels on Devotion, the London-based singer-songwriter’s humbly singular début album, produced by Mica Levi and providing us with total life affirming summer listening.
Since her first solo 12”s with Greco Roman c. 2013, and thru frequent collaborations with Mica Levi - including the Taz And May Vids  minter for DDS - Tirzah has quietly blossomed into one of the UK’s most precious and peculiar artists working at the fringes of experimental pop, post-grime and R&B, and Devotion is set to bring her love to a wider audience.
Plaintive and modestly low key, Devotion presents Tirzah’s fragile but confident vocal in the most evocative light, framed by backdrops of bleary-eyed and bent vibes and the kind of half-finished, permanently work-in-progress production style that's become a calling card of her music and her tight knit crew including Coby Sey, Mica Levi and Brother May.
After several listens, Devotion lodges itself deep. Gonna be hard to beat on the old EOY lists this one.