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Flight Risk

Scarlet Parke describes Flight Risk, her soul/funk/jazz/pop debut as “evoking the feeling of shedding old skin, of personal growth and new beginnings.” The Seattle Times called it “the Seattle pop album of the summer,” adding that you really hear “the depth and richness of her soulful vocals on display.” Most of the tracks were produced by EDM star Jake Crocker. Dan’s Tunes says it is “a stunningly fun outing,” while Respect My Region notes the “hook-laden, vibe-inducing booms and baps.” Refinery 29 says the record “will make you feel every feeling.”

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