- Artist: Josh Sallee
- Track: Old English
- Producer: Cub$
- Album: TBD
The expression, "out with the old, in with the new" refers to letting go of past baggage, and moving forward into a promising future. Josh Sallee embodies this state of mind on new release, Old English. The Oklahoma native seeks to leave all the negative words and statements that has attacked his confidence, and place them in the recycle bin of yesteryear's. The self-directed (with help from Logan Meis) music visuals really capture the concept, viewers witness Josh painting a white fence, and filling it with all common phrases and profanities he's been plagued by. The ending implies that the fence is later burned, destroying the anvil of self-doubt and entering a new year with a lighter spirit. This is a great way to start 2015, despite being a loosie, we're expecting more great music from Josh in the near future.
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