Self-labeling his music as, folk n’ roll; Denver, Colorado’s singer/songwriter, guitarist, Jeffrey Dallet, has been busy writing songs about personal passion, the creeping decay of the American dream, and the general state of all that unfolds before him.
“A journey through the labyrinth of praying for the impossible.”
With a plethora of demos online and ripe for the listener for some time now, Dallet has recently recorded and released his official debut album, Abnormal Oddities, a creatively feisty project which features the brilliant single which has caused us to gather here today: Blind Love In Vain.
Simultaneously retributive and celebratory, Blind Love In Vain instantly brings to mind some twisted amalgamation of General B and the Wiz and Bob Dylan in what could truly only be described as folk n’ roll. Ripping harmonica riffs, organ, and guitar tones of all sorts, all compliment Dallet’s clear and dicey storytelling in this desperate and racing dedication to the chaos of love…
“It’s better to moan and be alone
Than live together, being someone else…”
“Come hell or high-water
That honey, she’s on your mind
And you swear she cares to be there
General B and the Wiz meet Bob Dylan…
BELOW: Listen to Jeffrey Dallet’s single, Blind Love In Vain, and connect with his website and social media platforms. Please support Jeffrey Dallet by visiting him online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing his music, or attending a live show! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!