I can’t think of another artist to ping on my radar in recent months that has so readily quenched my thirst for deftly wrought, quality pop songs as Gramercy Arms has. (Well, I can think of one, but let’s not make this review all about him.)

Following on the heels of previous singles, “Yesterday’s Girl” and “Tricky Love Stuff”, and with the full album, Deleted Scenes, now out, “F*cked Up and Beautiful” continues the rollout of fantastic music. If third singles from albums are sometimes the…

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