Angelo De Augustine – Carcassonne

If there’s a spiritual successor to Sufjan Stevens, it’s Angelo De Augustine. We were transfixed by his album a while ago, and his new song Carcassonne reminds us why. The hushed delivery over gently plucked folk guitar is a joy, even as it details some rather raw feelings. “For a few weeks I’ll be obligated to play my songs and travel on the road/
All I want when I get back home is to see your face and lie with you alone,” he sings; it’s a quiet marvel, and you can hear it below.

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