Chris Yang, May All Yr Children Be Dragons

Let’s face it: Chris could write song after song and they’ll all be perfect, but he’s never going to get a huge following because his songs are about things. And let’s face it: nobody wants to hear about things. They all want to be handed a bunch of gobbledygook they can project their own fears and insecurities onto, only to turn around the next day and feel inspired by that same gobbledygook. Nobody wants to take any responsibility for how they respond to lyrics and melodies! Flying in the face of all this, Chris has clear and evocative imagery, specific melodic agendas, and doesn’t leave any loose notes or words lying around. The world is going to eat him alive. (Matt Collins)

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