We love indie soul artists and Eric Roberson is no exception. The New Jersey native has released a new song titled “Anymore” from his forthcoming album “B-Sides, Features and Heartaches.”
The soulful cut finds Roberson sharing his frustration of a love gone sour, realizing he and lover don’t talk anymore or even hold hands when they walk anymore.
Roberson teamed with Brett “Bdubb” Baker for the song’s production. Baker produced tracks for Roberson before including his “A Tale of Two” and “Still,” which were both were Grammy nominated songs. Hopefully this collaboration scores yet another nod.
The new album “B-Sides, Features and Heartaches” will arrive on February 4. The 13-track offering will include unheard music, tracks Roberson assisted on and two brand new songs.
The latter project acts as holdover for fans until Roberson releases his ninth studio album later this year.
If any West Coast fans are interested in seeing Eric Roberson live, he will performing with Algebra Blessett at Yoshi’s San Francisco, January 31. Get tickets here.
Until then listen to “Anymore” below.
Fun fact: Did you know Eric Roberson co-wrote Vivian Green’s “Emotional Rollercoaster”?
( Source: Singersroom )