Jon DeRosa’s ambient chamber-pop, featuring his uniquely deep and crooning voice, moves beautifully and tenderly — often building up in all the right places with the help of sweeping orchestral arrangements. Based out of Brooklyn, he’s participated in other musically-styled projects in the past, such as Dead Leaves Rising and Aarktica, but A Wolf In Preacher’s Clothes is the first album released under his own name.
Featured song: “True Men”
A Wolf In Preacher’s Clothes is the latest album by Jon DeRosa.
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