A love song told on a countryside porch as the sun’s coming down
WHY YOU SHOULD CARE:
Henry Jamison isn’t a newcomer to the music world, but this debut EP will no doubt leave a great first impression on folk music fans. Conceived on a 8-track recorder, The Rains EP came to fruition after a few solo recording attempts and two years of touring with other musicians. Now, he’s set to make it big. The lead single “Real Peach” has Jamison waxing poetic on the well-worn phrase, “all is fair in love and war”. It’s a great introduction to his style of storytelling and what’s to come on the rest of the EP, due out on October 14th. With a song as soothing and honest as this, we should all keep tabs on Jamison - he’ll be going places.