JIRAPAH “Telephones” MP3


From Brooklyn’s Jirapah comes a haunting track titled “Telephones.”  Taken from their free Thank You Max EP, the reverb on Ken Jenie’s vocals are quite chilling and are accompanied by endless layers of guitars.  Then when it all comes to an end, the tracks leads you into an epic journey through dark territory.  Running and running, you’ll feel disheartened only to see that crack of light at the end of your cavernous escape.  A haunting journey indeed.  Download the EP here.

MP3: “Telephones


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