Monday, May 16, 2011
My First BF | Joseph Esturo Spy vs Spy Video
My high school love, Joseph Esturo, had big dreams. When we were 15, he told me he wanted to become a poet. I laughed at him and told him he wouldn't be able to support himself financially as a poet. Yeah, just call me a dream crusher.
He adored The Cure so much so that I would joke that he loved The Cure more than he loved me. Joe owned everything Robert Smith had ever recorded. He collected photos, magazines, books, everything and anything.
Joe had big hopes. He hoped to make music people could actually relate to. He hoped to record an album. He hoped to record a video. The other day I received a text message and link to his very first real video. I couldn't help but smile. Joseph Esturo's dreams are now reality and I'm so proud of him. He followed his heart and made it happen.
Joe's melodic, emotional sound is reminiscent of the music we once loved. Sure to make your skin tingle, "Spy vs Spy" is a track you will want to hear again and again. Check out his first single, "Spy vs Spy" a melodic tease from his upcoming independently released EP, Anyone's Guess on Igloo Records in stores late summer, 2011.
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I like The Cure as well, but not more than a woman.
Guess you could say he's doing some "defacing". Yikes! Nice vocal sound, a little less drums would make it even nicer, so you could hear him. Kudos for making his dream a reality!
Way to go Joseph Esturo...
following your dreams. Some advice we should all take.
He's pretty hot when his face is clean! I liked the music; I'm happy his dream has come true. Good for him.
This is a really great story :)
That is truly original Joe. BTW...made ya blog of the day.
for some reason... the sharpie stuff made me so uncomfortable I couldn't watch the whole thing. Maybe it's his facial expressions?
Eeesh, what's up with his face? LOL. Good for him for following his dreams, but man, the cure isn't good enough to like more than a chick? No band is. LOL.
That is an awesome story. How exciting. Good thing you steered him from poetry.
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