With two new albums on the way, New Jersey soul slinger Eric Roberson addresses fading feelings in a disintegrating relationship with “Anymore.”
Two decades deep in the music game, with seven albums under his belt alongside working with the likes of Jazzy Jeff, Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild, Dwele and Vivian Green, Eric Roberson has a new project making its way to us next month in the form of B-Sides, Features and Heartaches. This release follows his 2011 album, Mr. Nice Guy, and will offer a mixture of unheard tracks, features and two new songs, including collaborations with DJ Spinna, Les Nubians, Angela Johnson, Aaron Camper and more.
One of the album’s featured new tracks is “Anymore,” produced by Brett “Bdubb” Baker – who also produced two Grammy nominated tracks from Roberson’s 2009 LP, Music Fan First [“A Tale of Two” and “Still”] – as Erro takes on the heavy duty task of working out why it’s not working out, with gentle melodies and the occasional lick of humour to keep you off that bridge as you listen.
Stay tuned for B-Sides, Features and Heartaches on February 4th along with a new studio album later in the year. UK fans can also catch Erro performing in London, Manchester and Birmingham on February 7th, 8th and 9th respectively; visit his site for tickets and further information.