Grammy winning artist and lead singer of the Infamous Stringdusters, Jeremy Garrett continues to release singles from his upcoming album, Circles, on Organic Records.
The second, “I Am Who I Am,” is a self-reflective groove co-written with Oliver Wood (Wood Brothers) that is full of raw honesty. Produced and engineered by Grammy winner Billy Hume, the song layers Garrett’s signature fiddle stylings over a rhythm bed of guitars and mandolin in a boldly anthemic statement of identity.
“‘I Am Who I Am’ captures the spirit of being good with who you are and where you might be in life, despite what the world might be like around you,” says Garrett. “What life throws at you can make you feel broken and worn down, but that shouldn’t change who you are. For me, this song captures the fighting spirit it takes to own that.”
The intimacy with which Garrett exposes his vulnerability while reflecting his emotions through a simple yet expressive melody and arrangement has earned him a devoted coterie of fans that’s sure to grow with this latest revelation.
These musical and personal attributes make a larger statement about who Garrett is, and where he’s headed as a solo artist on his upcoming release Circles, which features Garrett’s technique of layering and looping multiple instruments and vocals.