As numerous works of fiction have taught us, human-angel romances invariably end in tragedy. Nonetheless, on Booth debut and newly-selected EP single Angel of Death up-and-coming crooner Steven A. Clark finds himself falling head-over-heels for a woman sent from on high. Over his and Mr. Familiar‘s moody yet driving production, the artist wonders whether the female in question will be his salvation or his downfall. Craving more? The check out the artist’s Stripes EP, released in March and out now online.
Written by richard on 10/14/11
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