Collard Talks About Time and Desire on ‘Good Fog’

Singer/songwriter/artist Collard is new to me for the SOTB community. He’s a twenty-something vocalist who was raised Mormon and began to speak of secular things through his music (especially because of his parents’ musical tastes). The end result is a two-track EP known as Good Fog. “Donny’s Wylin’ Out” is cocky, brash and sensual to the point of sexual (kind of like a super early Prince song). The second song, “Time,” speaks on social disconnection that’s become almost commonplace due to the last few years. Check out the project’s songs below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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