Throughout his career to date, Jared Evan‘s done nothing but exceed listener expectations at every turn. In the artist’s personal life, though, there are a few people he feels he’s let down. On the opening track off his most recent EP, released along with director Rik Cordero‘s official visuals, the multi-talented New Yorker pens heartfelt Letters to loved ones he may have hurt or disappointed, expressing his regret over Illfactor‘s melancholy production. Featuring this emotionally-charged ballad, the reader-acclaimed Charlie Brown and much more, The 4th Chapter is available for free streaming and download right here in the Booth, as well as being purchasable on iTunes.
Written by richard on 01/4/13
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