Connecticut buzzmaker Witty has never been shy about putting his deepest emotions down on wax—and he’s won rave Booth reviews for his trouble. To paraphrase a cliché, though, a video is worth, like, a million words. So it should come as no surprise that the unsigned buzzmaker’s first-ever set of visuals, directed by Mike Squires, makes album title track Kindest Regards all the more powerful. Dan Haynes mans the boards on this stirring jam, crafting a subtly driving piano beat to back the artist as he spits about the pain of being betrayed by those closest to him, and promises never to turn his back on his fans. Kindest Regards (the LP) is available now online. Additionally, fans should keep it locked for the latest on follow-up Dreaming With My Eyes Open, scheduled to drop before year’s end.
Written by richard on 07/29/14
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