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Jeremy Schmett ‘Justice’ : Conjures methods for his listeners to connect then reflect on the greater meaning, at large.

Jeremy Schmett

“I wrote this song in the wake of recent events events in the world. It came from a place of anger and a real desire for change,” said Jeremy Schmett. “I will also be donating 100% of streams for this record to the Bail Project, an organization dedicated to combating mass incarceration.”

Los Angeles based artist, has returned to making great music. But best of all, he’s gained his confidence, in a different outlook on life, to gush again into the realms of possibilities. And with that ‘snap’ back to where he always knew he’d belonged, ‘Justice’ relives and relieves the heaviness of existence and gathered strength once more.

Added Jeremy: “All of my work is fully produced by me (mixed by my friends) and I have five more singles I’m preparing to release as part of this first project. It’s all pretty eclectic while still feeling cohesive.”

The Illinois native conjures up ways to tell his stories. And with them, Jeremy conjures methods for his listeners to connect then reflect on the greater meaning, at large.

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