Portland, Oregon-based musician Graham Jonson aka quickly, quickly releases his new project “The Long and Short of It”. Out now via Ghostly Intl. the album contains 11 tracks including the previously released singles “Feel”, “Everything is Different (To Me)”, “Shee” and “I Am Close To The River”. The opening track “Phases” features author, poet and musician Sharrif Simmons.
With this new album quickly, quickly reinvents himself as a full-fledged songwriter, vocalist, and arranger, playing nearly everything from drums to keys and guitar. The resulting sound straddles jazz, hip hop, R&B, and psych-pop while suggesting a wholly genre-less path forward. Recorded during and after a short-lived move to Los Angeles, songs find Jonson cool and comfortable, navigating the planes between anxiety and apathy, distance and desire with lyrical vulnerability and introspection.
Watch the visuals for “Everything is Different (To Me)” and ” I Am Close To The River ” below and scroll down to stream the full album “The Long and Short of It”.