Taken from his forthcoming album, Bigger Than In Between, “Reverence” is powered by the spirit of early rock ‘n’ roll, tempered with a timeless quality, one part honesty, one part gratitude, and is polished up for the modern audience. The result is a cool slice of euphoric and energetic, pop-aware, indie-folk meets rock ‘n’ roll that is both old school and of the moment….

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