Friends, Family, and Fans,
I am terrible at New Year's resolutions. So is my friend Dan. So this year, on the last day of November, we made "Old Year's resolutions." We both committed to doing something we had been putting off starting December 1, and completing by January 1. For my Old Year's resolution, I decided to plan and execute the production and release of a five song EP. It has been a long time since I released any music, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to push myself to finally put out a bunch of songs that have been stuck in songwriting purgatory for years on end.
The past month has been filled with moments of excitement, stress, joy, uncertainty, and relief as I worked alongside some of my most talented and generous friends to bring this project to life. It was a great (and sometimes scary) feeling to know that I was committed to releasing whatever I had by today, New Year's Eve 2016.
All in all, I'm proud to put my name on this album, and I hope you enjoy these songs that have finally gotten their wings. And most importantly, I'm thankful to all who made it possible for me to present them to you today.
Glimpse of Heaven was made by:
Rob Krosley, who wrote it, played it, sang it, and produced it;
Evan Ferrell, who mixed it and mastered it;
Bradley Rolf, who hit it with sticks;
Annalyse Crowdus, who played piano on it;
and Katherine Krosley, who had emergency oral surgery and sang on it anyway.
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