‘Featured Artist,’ Patrick Dethfels, “Done & Done”

April 18th, 2012  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day

Photo by Lindsay Giles McWilliams

Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases Kittredge, Colorado’s own, Patrick Dethlefs, with his song, “Done & Done,” off his yet to be released album, Fall & Rise, which is set to be released on June 8th.  Below is the Soundcloud Player where you can listen to and download the single for free.

This is the follow-up to his debut record, Stays the Same, which he released in June of 2010. Dethelfs will be having an album release party for Fall & Rise, June 8th, at Swallow Hill, with Esme Patterson of Paper Bird opening.  It is set to be a must-see show.

Dethfels is a true troubadour, taking on his music journey with his trusty, acoustic guitar, and lyrics that put him wise beyond his youthful years.  With this song as an indicator, his album Fall & Rise may be one of the best folk albums of 2012, which only heightens the anticipation for the record’s release on June 8th.

These words find there place in his song, “Done & Done,”

“It sounds so sad, that word goodbye
You can’t see the day without the night
Go right through the darkest times
Find it out, realize.

That it’s done and done
Past and past, you can’t help yourself
From looking back

How sweet it was when I was young
Now I’m growing up, my roots run deep
Changed my colors, lost my leaves
Seasons changing, growing green,

The farther I do go, the less it seems to be
The tracks don’t lead me back
To how it used to be”

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on his website, you can get his music here, and follow him on his Facebook Page.  Here is Patrick Dethlefs, with his song, “Done & Done,” which can be downloaded, for free, by simply clicking the “Download” button on the top, right corner of the Soundcloud Player below, enjoy,

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