There is a very eloquent aspect of struggle tumbling around in the vaults that house William Fitzsimmons' music. He's the type of artist who uses his craft as a vessel for self-discovery and rationalization, to make sense of the murkier bits of life's circumstances and the emotions seep from them. On "Josie's Song", he explores a relationship he'll never understand completely; that between his adopted daughter and her birth mother. On "Fortune", a "summation song" from his latest, Chris Walla produced album, Lions, it's the thrill /fear of a journey with an unknown destination waiting at the end of it. These are the types of songs that have endeared him to a whole heap of fans, delivered in a psyche-seducing voice and perfectly picked acoustic guitar. On the day he swung by Baeble, the half dozen or so who were in the room were leveled into stunned silence in appreciation of his music. Naturally, we're excited to finally share that experience with you in our latest Dead Kitten Session.