Preorder Kaleidoscope and the album will be shipped to you on its release date:  June 25th 2021

Copies ordered through the Hilary Scott Store on the Hilary Scott website by July 31st, 2021 will be autographed by Hilary Scott!  (This ONLY applies to copies ordered directly through the Hilary Scott Store on this website)

Hobo On The Tracks, UK“Kaleidoscope is a sultry, soothing, incredibly sexy, exciting and eclectic album from Hilary Scott….Mind’s blown – what a great EP this is…”

$10.00


Chris Spector, Midwest Records:  HILARY SCOTT/Kaleidoscope: Kind of a personal greatest hits set…. in which she was invited to collaborate with others which she normally doesn’t do. The pop flavored songs pretty much sat around for a decade until being let out of the drawer for a contemporary remix. Scott shows she adapts well to any environment.”

Ian D. Hall, Liverpool Sound and Vision:  “…for the exceptional Hilary Scott, her latest E.P. is one in which the combination of her vision, working alongside one of the finest producers around, the ability to push beyond one’s comfort zone is of paramount success and a realisation that there are no boundaries in any artistic pursuit.”

Stefan Meekers, Keys and Chords (Belgium) says: “With a fresh approach, [Hilary] introduces us to that eclectic musical landscape. And her sultry voice intonation is the common thread through the songs. Great stuff..!”

JP’s Music Blog has this to say:  “…[Hilary Scott] was invited to participate in a songwriting project with producer Matthew Wilder and songwriters John Goodwin and Angela Kaset. The results are featured on four of the songs on this new release, beginning with the stellar, laid-back Americana/pop groove of “Just A Shame,” as you will easily fall in love with Hilary Scott’s warming vocals. Scott’s backing band perfectly matches her vocal range on “Almost Home,” before delivering a funkier rhythm on the mainstream-driven rock of “Too Much Is Not Enough.” She wraps up her short new release with her own original-penned, country-style ballad “And Just,” along with the R&B vibe of “Free Country,” which finds Hilary Scott stepping out of her comfort zone.”