You probably remember Jon Walker from his days with Panic! at the Discoor The Young Veins], but even if you don’t, odds are you’re going walk away from this post with a free song you like.
You probably remember [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Jon Walker[/lastfm] from his days with [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Panic! at the Disco[/lastfm] or [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Young Veins[/lastfm], but even if you don’t, odds are you’re going walk away from this post with a free song you like.
Jon’s “Fairytale” is a heartfelt plea to live life to the fullest and grow beyond your self-constructed restraints. “Fairytale” opens simply enough with Jon singing and strumming, but give it a minute, and the track builds to full chug-a-lug hand clapper and foot stomper.
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You can check out Jon’s DIY video for “Fairytale” below. You’ve gotta respect a guy who puts on his short pants, sets up a tripod in a park, and just plays his song and runs in a couple of circles, and then cuts in a few shots of monkeys and red pandas, and says, “Perfect! That’s just what I wanted.” Perfect, in deed, Jon– that’s just what we wanted too. Nicely done.