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Jacob Weil ‘Paddy Green’ : Folksy pop articulation, brings a warmth and a comforting factor that is intrinsic.

Jacob Weil

Paddy Green is the second single off of Jacob Weil’s upcoming EP ‘Feeling My Youth’ (Jan 22nd).

Said Jacob Weil: “The song itself is about a memory from my teenage years of a secret field off of a dirt road called Paddy Green where two close friends and I would escape to play music and dream about what our future lives would be like.”

Lovingly touching in the way Jacob presents his words, the folksy pop articulation, brings a warmth and a comforting factor that is intrinsic to Jacob’s style.

The song was recorded live off the floor in Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA, and was produced by Sam Weber, engineered by The Posies drummer Frankie Siragusa and masterd by Philip Shaw Bova (Andy Shauf, Bahamas, Father John Misty).

The Hamilton, ON, Canada, (now Vancouver, BC) originating artist, casts a cool hue of colors and descriptive attributes, just as novels of such art is offered.

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