Relevant Magazine's "The Drop" streaming Correspondence (a fiction)

This morning, Correspondence (a fiction) went live for streaming on Relevant Magazine's "The Drop". I'm excited about it. To be honest, I've not paid a whole lot of attention to Relevant as a publication until probably a year ago, but in that time, I've seen some great articles come through that have been helpful for me to read through - things like Propaganda's insight on the conversation surrounding Michael Brown and Eric Garner, or 7 Prominent Christian Thinkers Who Wrestled With Doubt, to name a couple. 

At any rate, I'm thankful for their willingness to host the new story. They certainly didn't have to, but ever since Alex Sugg, who wrote all of the music for my last two albums, suggested connecting with Relevant for it, I've been hoping it might work out.  

Thanks, Relevant, and thanks to the folks who helped connect the dots between us. 

Stream Correspondence (a fiction) through The Drop here.

If you find yourself enjoying it, feel free to snatch one up from iTunes or Bandcamp. We're packing vinyl all day, too, and would be happy to add yours to the stack