‘Whole Damn Year’ and 'Therapy' are two cuts she premiered off her upcoming new album 'The London Sessions.' The latter is really good, serving doo-wop vibes and 60s classic soul. The throwback-sounding track was co-written by British hitmaker Sam Smith.
Mary sings about getting professional help after going through a heartbreaking split. If Adele and Amy Wimehouse had a musical baby, this is what it would sound like. Mary also reflects on another traumatic break-up on ‘Whole Damn Year,’ which serves as an emotionally scarred, minimalistic piano-laced ballad. It's a decent track and her vocals are nice, but the melody is tediously boring. The song goes for Urban and Urban AC adds on September 30th.