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A STARRING ROLE
FOR SIR LUCIAN
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THE B-SIDE
PRETTY SURE ABOUT DESURE
3/29/19

L.A. native Desure, aka Josh Desure, has just released his latest track “Los Angeles” today (3/29) via Tuxedo Records/MEGA Records. An amalgamation of country, folk, indie and rock, the track’s confessional chorus draws inspiration from the excesses of the L.A. player lifestyle. "Growing up in Los Angeles, you lose a bit of the romanticism and that feeling dissipates. This song sort of speaks for itself. A breaking point came and a shift had to occur,” says Desure.

A tour manager turned artist, Desure first started working with country trio Midland during their On the Rocks debut album tour before giving up his industry gig to fill a last minute opening act slot. Now, Desure is touring with Midland as an opening artist for their Electric Rodeo Tour, both in the U.S. and the U.K., and will be performing select dates with singer-songwriter Dwight Yoakam. For more info on when you can catch Desure, click here. In the meantime, listen to “Los Angeles” below.