Jeremy Parsons – Burn This House Down – Review

Jeremy ParsonsI think Jeremy Parsons has invented the perfect genre – Altry┬áRock. If you couldn’t figure it out, that’s a mix of alternative, country and rock music. When his song “Burn This House Down” first started out I was thinking “rock song” then, as it kicked in I was thinking, “country rock song” then once again I had to change my definition to alternative country rock. Altry Rock sounds best I think!

Jeremy Parsons – Burn This House Down

Anyway, Jeremy Parsons is a singer/songwriter from the great big state of Texas. His new single is hot and it’s not just because of the title. This is seriously a great single! According to his bio it “paints a poignant picture of heartbreak and acceptance that still remains relatable.”

As the song starts off the drum loop makes it sounds like it’s going the alternative route, and then the band kicks in complete with organ and slide guitar. When Jeremy starts singing it’s obvious he is a great country/rock singer. The chord progressions are your typical round of familiarity but Jeremy does a great job at making them his own.

I can see music fans of cross-genres getting in to Jeremy Parsons. Not only is he producing high quality music but the video for “Burn This House Down” is top notch as well! Also, again, the production of the song is about as good as we see in the indie zone. It seems to me that Jeremy is working hard to climb his ladder towards well deserved success. I’m excited to see where he goes in the next couple of years. I mean, that voice! I swear, it’s the perfect mix of alt-rock and country. Maybe it’s just me? Well, that’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it.

I’m curious to know what YOU think of Jeremy Parsons’ song “Burn This House Down.” Get in touch on social media and let me know! Also, don’t forget to get in touch with Jeremy Parsons as well and let him know you heard his music here first on Indie Music Plus! As always, thank you for reading and continuing to support music of all genres!

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