“Prioritize music or don’t. It’s up to you. Whatever you decide, just don’t regret it.”
This record strikes a perfect balance between expressing the discomfort of uncertainty and inspiring hope that we are strong enough to thrive regardless.
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An exciting, enjoyable listen all the way through, Columbia Jones’ latest record i’m fine is an artistic experience that stands apart, and is definitely worth 34 minutes and 26 seconds of your time. You won’t be disappointed.
“I wrote this first story to act as an allegorical way to kind of establish new ground where I can really develop my true self. A way that I could really own my own story and become triumphant.”
Incredibly comfortable from the very first listen, the tones are familiar and the structure of each song gives you something to latch on to. Each song gave me summer sunset daydream vibes.
Winter semester just ended at BYU. You know what that means? More time for concerts.