A newcomer to our pages, Seattle representer J.Bre helps his soon-to-be fans get familiar by sharing a few Memories of bygone years. Over a wistful instrumental by Anno Domini, Bre revisits his life to date, while encouraging listeners to keep their gaze on the present rather than letting the past bind them. Complete with guest bars by fellow Pacific Northwesterners Grynch and Luck-One, this cut is one of many fresh selections set for inclusion on J. Bre’s The Revelation EP, released on the 20th and available now online.
Written by richard on 08/26/11
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