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A couple of years prior to Ebert is rumored to have spent time in a couple of rehabilitation centers for drug addiction, an experience that was apparently largely transformative and eye opening.
Ebert references his drug use in a couple of his songs, most notably “Up From Below,” in which he croons that “all the drugs they drive me down/Oh, killing light, killing sound.” During his time away from home, during which he faced his drug problem and healed from the break-up which came at the same time, Ebert reports that he then created his alter ego, Edward Sharpe, a messianic figure and the lead singer for Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros.
Here the lyricism of Ebert and the Magnetic Zeros is at its best, consoling and guiding their fans toward calm and potentially the apparent transformation that they have gone through.
As the album winds down, we get a taste of what Jade Castrinos’ rumored upcoming solo project would be like as she makes her debut as the lead vocalist on “Fiya Wata.” Singing once more about love and the “flowing river,” Jade belts with her powerful voice, backed by Zeppelin-like harmonica and hard rock guitar soloing and a muted riff.
I really didn’t know what was going on or who I was anymore.