James Fauntleroy Songs

  • Follow You
    Follow You
    James Fauntleroy has been flooding the ‘net with the new music these past few weeks, and it doesn’t looks like he’s ready to stop anytime soon either.
  • All We Do
    All We Do
    Keeping his streak alive, James Fauntleroy decided to drop off two never-before-heard tracks today, one being the unreleased “Black Sea Ship Wreck,” and the other “All We Do.”
  • Black Sea Ship Wreck
    Black Sea Ship Wreck
    After taking a break for a couple days, James Fauntleroy decides to get right back to his onslaught of new releases. Dropping off ten new tracks within the past few weeks, James decides to return today with another one, this time called “Black Sea Ship Wreck,” which was recorded back in 2009. “This is what I sounded like in 2009 :) I wrote every man right around this time.”
  • Its Cold But Thats Love, Baby
    Its Cold But Thats Love, Baby
    James Fauntleroy has been flooding the ‘net with new music recently and he doesn’t looking to be stopping anytime soon. Only hours after dropping off the track “Every Man,” James decides to do it all over again, this time sharing the track “It’s Cold But That’s Love, Baby.”
  • Every Man
    Every Man
    James Fauntleroy has been dropping new music pretty much every day for the last little while, assembling the tracks in what is now an 11-track playlist for The Coldest Summer Ever, rumored to be the title of his next album. It's not clear whether he's gradually rolling out the LP as a free release, but it does seem that way. 
  • Magic
    In the past few weeks, James Fauntleroy's output has been tireless, averaging at least two new tracks per week for the last month or so. His latest is "Magic."
  • Running Through Red Lights
    Running Through Red Lights
    With "Running Through Red Lights," James Fauntleroy has now dropped six songs in the last month and three in the last week. These are not mere loose tracks, as Fauntleroy is pursuing a particular sound, a guitar-driven '80s-ish vibe supporting his airy vocals. It's similar to the palettes of Frank Ocean and Blood Orange, and when viewed alongside the upstart Leon Bridges and Miguel's new album WILDHEART, it seems to signal a shift in R&B towards the guitar as a central instrument.
  • Breakthrough_Goodday
    James Fauntleroy shared a new record called "Who Are You," just yesterday, and now he's back with yet another new offering. "Breakthrough_Goodday" is something of a two song suite, but it's freeform structure makes sure it never stays in one place for too long. Like much of Fauntleroy's work, the demo-like feel of the song works as part of its charm, as it jumps from sketch-like to fully mastered sounds in a matter of seconds. 
  • Who Are You
    Who Are You
    Along with creepy, Halloween-esque artwork, James Fauntleroy has released a (haunting) new record, "Who Are You." The record has an '80s-meets-blues vibe, with the production recalling bits of both styles while James vocals are light and airy, almost an afterthought. Similar to last week's "Mid-Air," which clocked in at just over one minute, "Who Are You" runs just two minutes long. It seems to end just as its beginning, perhaps not fully realized, or else it seems like an intro that should lead us into something bigger.
  • Sex High (Ashes On The Moon)
    Sex High (Ashes On The Moon)
    Well here's some more James Fauntleroy music to start your weekend. Just hours after hitting us with track “Mid-Air”, the R&B singer decides to come through and drop off the second record of the day titled “Sex High (Ashes To The Moon)”.
  • Mid-Air
    What does silky smooth R&B god James Fauntleroy have in common with punk rockers? His songs rarely exceed the three minute mark, or even the two minute mark, in this case. "Mid-Air" is his latest bite-sized confection of deft songwriting, melodic mastery and vocal precision. 
  • Broken Heart Broken Eyes
    Broken Heart Broken Eyes
    When it comes to new music, James Fauntleroy has been relatively quiet this year with exception of two random tracks he’s given us titled "Help," & "I Never Know What She’s Doing". While we hope this lack of music is due to his album being worked on, the singer/songwriter decides to get back to the music today and return with a smooth new song for us titled “Broken Heart Broken Eyes”.
  • Help
    Aside from his “I Never Know What She’s Doing” release, James Fauntleroy has been relatively quiet when it comes to releasing new music this year. Tonight, he decides change all that and return with a short new song called “Help”.
  • I Never Know What She's Doing
    I Never Know What She's Doing
    We really haven't heard much from crooner James Fauntleroy since last summer, when he seemed to be posting tracks on SoundCloud left and right. But Valentine's Day seems to be enough to roust him out of his drought, as he's shared a new one called "I Never Know What She's Doing" today. With artwork that shows a meme of Will Ferrell in "Wedding Crashers," the song is a lush, romantic ballad. Quotable Lyrics
  • Drive (The 1975 Remix)
    Drive (The 1975 Remix)
    On Travi$ Scott's recent mixtape Days Before Rodeo, the Houston MC remixed a song called "M.O.N.E.Y." by UK band The 1975 for his track with Big Sean, "Don't Play." Now, the band themselves are returning the favor, offering up their own remix of Scott's "Drive," taken from last year's Owl Pharaoh tape.
  • I Love You
    I Love You
    Earlier this week, James Fauntleroy gave us "Mo'nin," the first taste of his upcoming album, The Coldest Summer Ever, and now he's back to preview another track from the project. "I Love You" is labelled an "interlude" on SoundCloud, but Fauntleroy says that the "full version" will be on the album, leading us to believe that this is just a snippet.
  • Mo'nin
    James Fauntleroy likes to periodically share records with his fans. A couple weeks ago, he dropped off the track “Already Know”, and today he’s back with another one titled “Mo'nin”. Fauntleroy describes being swept up and “lost in the moment” during those special moments with the lady and as a result, it’s a great track for any special moment for any couple listening to this.
  • Already Know
    Already Know
    James Fauntleroy's taken to SoundCloud to share "Already Know," a minimalist new track that follows last month's similarly stripped down "Understand." Consisting only of Fauntleroy's vocals and a classic beat box instrumental, the song is so bare bones that it's practically unmastered. 
  • Understand
    James Fauntleroy's taken to SoundCloud to share "Understand," a new acoustic-only track. Consisting only of Fauntleroy's voice and an acoustic guitar, the minimal track is bare bones R&B at its finest. 
  • CPR
    Cocaine 80’s singer James Fauntleroy has kept a lot of new music coming these past few weeks.
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