Jordan Bratton‘s last feature, When I Get There, saw him offering a more vibrant, upbeat take on his usual atmospheric style, with impressive results. On his latest promo single, Must Be, the Long Island singer/songwriter and beatsmith continues to expand his sound, but in an entirely different direction. This time around, he keeps things simple and stripped-down. With the help of frequent Black EL collaborator Durkin, he crafts an understated, yet effective synth backdrop for openhearted falsetto reflections on the fallout of a recent breakup. Must Be is just a loosie, but those digging it can, of course, keep it locked for the latest from the Booth fave.
Written by richard on 07/24/14
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