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Listen: Jamie N Commons - 'The Preacher'

Listen: Jamie N Commons - 'The Preacher'

by The 405 (Google+), 31 August 2011

Jamie N Commons has unveiled a new track via his soundcloud account, called 'The Preacher'. The title is a good indicator of what to expect on this track, though it's more 'There Will Be Blood' than 'Songs of Praise'. It's a doom-laden 3 and a half minute track full of destruction, and vocals huge enough to make Daniel-Day Lewis look as wimpy as a fridge magnet.

Did we mention this guy is only 22 years old? Kinda depressing, right?

We've been told to expect more news from the Jamie N Commons camp over the next few weeks, so keep an eye out on the site for that.

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