Bathed in Grey

Album: 6 Feet Beneath the Moon (2013)
  • This song samples Jazz saxophonist Bill Evans' track "What Is There to Say." Krule explained to MTV News how when he was a child he used to listen to jazz melodies on repeat. "Improvisation is beautiful because it's only there in that moment," he said, "and I can take that moment and prolong it as much as possible with my song."
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