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- Posted on Feb 8th 2013 11:25AM by Cameron Matthews
Enter Josh Krajcik. He was trying to make ends meet in Ohio, supporting his musical habit while burrito building. Then he landed a spot on Fox's hit show. That's when America got to hear a familiar type of modern acoustic soul -- a sound that Krajcik is pretty darn good at.
"I tend to get a bit dark when I write. My approach to 'No Better Lovers' was different. It reminds me of summer camp; of first love and first kisses. It's a song that sounds different than the rest of the album. I feel really good listening to it."
Krajcik's horn-driven song "No Better Lovers" certainly does give that feeling of young love -- the awesome excitement and fear of misery all wrapped up in the same emotion. The singer's forthcoming album Blindly, Lonely, Lovely, out April 2. Stream the new song below.