J.Smo of BUNKS and C Bret of Stephenson Rd will be releasing “Angelo’s Breakdown” on December 4th but you can receive two free versions of the song when you help support Animal Harbor on TSU.co.
J.Smo and C Bret have teamed up to help Animal Harbor in Winchester, Tennessee using the power of the new social network TSU.co and the release of their forthcoming single “Angelo’s Breakdown”.
J.Smo and C Bret will be donating 50% from all sales on TSU to help Animal Harbor keep more animals off the streets and in safe, cozy homes. All supporters will receive J.Smo’s vocal version as well as Stephenson Rd’s instrumental version in advance of the December 4th release date.
C Bret shares a bit of the backstory for the song, “I had this neighbor. He was a bit of a nutter. His place was on the other side of the corn field about an eighth of a mile down the road. It was a great old log cabin that was over 300 years old.”
“The owners had asked him to move. He was months behind on the rent and everyone was sure he was ‘on that meth’…Well, homie said he had squatters rights, so they sent the sheriff. He swore he would get even but nobody ever thought…”
“So, I’m chillin’ with Kevin K at Small Barn Sound. It’s kinda late and the 4-year-old, Fred, has been sent to bed a few times already. The door creaked open and Fred poked his head in he kinda sauntered over to me and says ‘there’s one more thing’…”
Audio with Vocals
“Angelo’s Breakdown” will be available in all major retailers on December 4th, 2015. Those who support Animal Harbor on TSU will receive the vocal and instrumental versions for free.
J.Smo and C Bret founded Middle Tennessee Music.com in 2011 and have been networking and supporting the indie music community through articles, books, guides, webinars, online courses and coaching services.
J.Smo is a solo artist and part of Manchester, Tennessee’s Hip Hop collective BUNKS. He is currently in Sacramento, CA working on new music.
C Bret is a songwriter, musician, studio engineer and all around Jedi located in the beautiful rolling hills of Middle Tennessee. You can keep up with him on TSU.co/jedibret.