Having left listeners at the edge of their seats with Somewhere, the perplexing second chapter of the story he began with Lights, JMSN brings the saga to a close with Let U Go. Finally showing the bloody context for what came before, director Yarvo provides a disturbing counterpoint to the heartbroken, artist-produced ballad. Fans can find all three of the aforementioned records and much more on JMSN’s †Priscilla† LP, released in January and available now on iTunes.
Written by richard on 06/26/12
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