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SPB exclusive: Joe Sampson's Chansons de Parade

Posted Nov. 30, 2016, 9:17 p.m. in Records by Loren
SPB exclusive: Joe Sampson's Chansons de Parade

artwork by Ravi Zupa

Out on December 1, Scene Point Blank is proud to debut the new Chansons de Parade from Colorado singer-songwriter Joe Sampson.


With haunting and playful lyricism and his notable baritone delivery, the nine song album is equally melodic, gentle, and restrained with a dark tinge. The album is being released on Hidden Shoal.

Sampson plays at The Ubisububi Room in Denver on Dec. 1.

 

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