166 Shouts - 2,391,601 Scrobbles
Joshua James has been writing and singing songs for only six short years, but the 25-year-old heartland poet has the perspective of a wise, old soul. On his second album, Build Me This, the follow-up to his critically acclaimed The Sun Is Always Brighter, produced by industry veteran Shannon Edgar, James expands his musical palette to foreboding doom-laden hard rock. Progressing from folkish harmonies, to country twang, world beats and southern home rock while further exploring themes of spiritual searching and heartbreaking loss.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- To Be Alone With You - (3:32) - 15,321 plays
- Lyricswell i got another letter in the mail today
after 27 lines i hadn't a thing to say
it said "i love you little brother but i don't know why you let your hair get long and your soul grow tired"
and so i took another walk into the grocery mall
and i took a couple of photos of the bathroom stalls
- LyricsI ain't cutting my hair till the good lord comes.
I ain't cutting my hair till the good lord comes.
I ain't cutting my hair till the good lord comes
Arrive upon the mountain just to see what we have done,
I ain't cutting my hair, cutting till the good lord comes.
- We Three Kings - (3:05) - 2,111 plays
- Lyricswell if i wrote it in your letter then it don't mean shit
i am a liar, a dirty wire
you could name my body but it'll make you sick
you have a savior, it's your, your heart of anger
but my dog ain't nothing, he ain't nothing like my lover
- Dramamine - (3:33) - 1,667 plays
- Mystic - (4:04) - 1,762 plays
- Weeds - (2:27) - 1,719 plays
- The Age of Aquarius / Let the Sun Shine In - from Sons of Anarchy - (5:33) - 1,288 plays
- Surrender - (3:31) - 1,280 plays