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Jay Som – “Hot Bread”

Jay Som just released two outtakes off her debut album, Everybody Works, and today she's sharing something that seems to be a little more recent. The Oakland-based musician contributed an original track, "Hot Bread," to Amazon Music's Valentine's Day-themed playlist. It's a wistfully springy song about in-between feelings of affection. Her bedroom mini-orchestra work is…
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