WORLD EXCLUSIVE: I Like This Song - Jeremiah Jackson's "I Declare" / by Prewitt Scott-Jackson

I Like This Song celebrates songs by local bands sans clichéd music journo over-analysis.

The furthest we take the dissection of songs featured here is, well, you guessed it: "I Like This Song." 

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Good luck finding today's featured song anywhere but here!

That's right, Waco-based Jeremiah Jackson's forthcoming single "I Declare" isn't scheduled to be released until June 24th!!! So yea, you're welcome Fort Worthians!

Catch JJ next Saturday, May 27th at Division Brewing in Arlington with Signals & Alibis + FWN interviewees The Phantom Sensation

Music starts at 9pm, full event details posted here.

 Show Poster courtesy of Jeremiah Jackson - Design by Patrick Saikin

Show Poster courtesy of Jeremiah Jackson - Design by Patrick Saikin

 Photo courtesy of Jeremiah Jackson - Photo Credit: Mary Shoemaker

Photo courtesy of Jeremiah Jackson - Photo Credit: Mary Shoemaker

As a former college student that spent years in undeclared purgatory, I truly appreciate the assertive nature of this song. Right from the jump "I Declare" melts faces with galactic Blues guitar riffage layered over an energetic punk rock rhythm section that inspires movement.

In fact, FWN hereby proposes the following nickname for Jeremiah Jackson: Punky Bluester! 

*Dad jokes aside (*not yet, I got one more left in me), we want to congratulate JJ for producing FWN's official Song of Summer and wish them all the best on their upcoming TX/LA tour (check out the awesomely designed tour poster below). 

Without further ado, time to give the people what they want and break this song down FWN-style:

By virtue of the authority vested in me, I declare this song to be ... likable!

 Tour Poster courtesy of Jeremiah Jackson - Album & Tour Poster Art by Matt Ragan

Tour Poster courtesy of Jeremiah Jackson - Album & Tour Poster Art by Matt Ragan

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about the word writer person:

Prewitt Scott-Jackson writes Dad poetry & short fiction when he's not hyping and typing for Fort Worth Noise. His writing can be found in Ghost City Press (New York), Five 2 One Magazine (Los Angeles), and Sick Lit Magazine (Texas), among others. He prefers short walks on the beach because – and I quote – “It’s really hard to walk on sand.”