It seems after five years of working quietly in the background, William Fitzsimmons may no longer be the shrinking violet of folk as his new album suggests in its confident glean of hope and healing. With a sound reminiscent of Joseph Arthur, Iron & Wine and Angus & Julia Stone, his songs are acoustically hypnotic, and painfully human. They have an elusive, magisterial power, one that engages with a vulnerability you might not have known existed. The people person of music, if you will.
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William Fitzsimmons new single 'The Tide Pulls From The Moon' is released on February 28th 2011 through Nettwork Records. The Pennsylvanian singer songwriter is also set to release his fourth album proper 'Gold In The Shadow' on March 21st 2011.
William Fitzsimons is a strange musical concept, and his music remains just as odd. You may have heard him on TV shows such as Greys Anatomy and Brother and Sisters, he is undeniably an American cult drama artist. You know the type. slightly melancholy, and emotionally depressing.
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Review of William Fitzsimmons album The Sparrow And The Crow
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