“Jeremy Thurber just dropped a new record? What a BUZZKILL”... said nobody ever. Despite what the title might suggest, the unsigned crooner’s latest feature won’t f**k up your good time; in fact, its breezy, carefree vibe makes it ideal for a liquor-soaked house party. Like its predecessor, acoustic ballad Power of Your Love, this joint deals with the topic of romantic discord, but the presentation this time around is considerably more upbeat. Jason Mater‘s bouncy, ukulele-laced grooves back Thurber as he lets a certain shawty know he’s not gonna let her rain on his parade. An engaging guest 16 by Booth newcomer Amos rounds out the package. No release date has been announced for Jeremy’s upcoming #SOLO EP, but fans can cop this cut (the project’s lead single) now on iTunes.
Written by richard on 05/13/14
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