Yours truly and Rebelution will probably never be a match… 'Falling Into Place', the 2016 predecessor to this album we already described as: "…love reggae for teens.", and for 'Free Rein', the Californian quartet has given itself complete "free rein" to experiment with genres like r&b, rock, jazz and even some Americana in 'Healing'. None the less, the band collaborated with renowned Jamaican producers like Phillip 'Winta' James (Protoje) and Don Corleon for this album, making tracks like love tune 'Settle Down Easy' (also featuring the trombone of Matic Horns and Dean Fraser's sax) or 'Rise To The Top' rare highlights on 'Free Rein'. Fans of the band will undoubtedly be glad to hear the Rebelution brand has meanwhile been expanded with a whole selection of cannabis paraphernalia sold in states like Colorado, California, Nevada and Oregon in local cannabis dispensaries. Until further notice Rebelution will remain the uncrowned kings of American lightweight reggae, with 'Free Rein' once again affirming that status.