With the seemingly endless array of singles, videos and remixes that followed JMSN‘s debut album, †Priscilla†, it’s easy to forget that the Detroit singer/songwriter hasn’t unleashed any original solo material since that project dropped digitally in December 2011. But he hasn’t—which makes the liberation of new single Fool something of an event. Released to celebrate the imminent kickoff of his tour with The Neighbourhood, this melancholy ballad features the artist crooning cryptic, romantically-themed lyrics over his own ethereal strings and soothing guitar arpeggios. This record will be part of a split 7”, which will be available exclusively on the road. Click here to learn when JMSN and The Neighborhood will be visiting a city near you!
Written by richard on 06/27/13
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"Girl I Used to Know" (2011)
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