Harlem Song - The Sweepers - Harlem Song
The song Harlem Song - The Sweepers - Harlem Song digitally released as a single on June 3, with "Goshen" as its B-side. Marc Hogan stated that, " East Harlem looks poised to undergo a similar sort of ripening as it becomes more and more familiar. The lyrics are sparse and rooted in classic, instantly communicative tropes: "Another rose wilts in East Harlem," Condon croons, as he wastes no words in vividly describing an intra-Manhattan relationship that feels like it's separated by "a thousand miles" have you tried getting from downtown to East Harlem lately?
By the time Condon switches things up, repeating, "Oh, the sound will bring me home again," over wordless backing vocals, he might as well be describing the warm, cozy but still distinctive feeling "East Harlem" has I Love U (B Sharry Radio Remix) - Phil Jay - I Love U. All tracks are written by Zach Condon.
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