Davis John Patton | “A Killer (Or at Least Self-Centered)”
Davis John Patton is back with a new track, “A Killer (or at Least Self-Centered).” Check out the full track and review below!
Born and raised in the Midwest, Davis found himself drawn to music at a young age. Mom enrolled him in piano lessons during first grade. Three years later, he picked up guitar. In between choir at church and school, he discovered Bon Iver’s For Emma, Forever Ago and embraced acoustic folk. As a college student, Davis introduced himself on the 2018 independent EP, Forest Park, followed by his 2019 Nettwerk debut EP From The Garden and 2020’s Poetry EP.
Davis John Patton knocked it out of the park with this new release. This is a track that a lot of people are going to relate to. The instrumentals are absolutely beautiful. My favorite part are the vocals and how calming they are. Seriously, if you are needing some soothing music that will keep you coming back, make sure to add this one to your playlists.
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