His Clancyness - 'I Can't Talk About It' (El Perro Del Mar cover) [Track of the Day]
Canadian born, Italian resident His Clancyness has unveiled this tender cover of El Perro Del Mar's 'I Can't Talk About It' Jonathan Clancy, formerly of A Class Education (Leftse) says, "I dreamt about covering this song for years until I started His Clancyness and have used it to open shows always ever since. It has some of the simplest lyrics I've ever heard, also some of the deepest."
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