Singer-songwriter Joshua Jesty wrote his first song when he was 12 and has been writing, recording and touring ever since. He originally thought his new album, Wasn't the World Supposed to End, would be an double album, but he's decided to make it the first in a series of EPs. Yesterday, he came by the office to play a few tracks from it. You can see him and his band, the Universe Doesn't Stand a Chance Against Joshua Jesty, on Friday at Mahall's.
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