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K. Leimer's Lonely Boy video

With a number of experimental electronic releases in his catalog, we might forget that there's more to K. Leimer, including odd little vocal tunes like this one.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-09-16


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): K Leimer / Savant

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