Cosmo Jarvis

by Andrew Tijs on August 3, 2012

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Heart-on-his-sleeve UK singer-songwriter Cosmo Jarvis is back with an excellent album Think Bigger and he discusses the big issues.

Loveable lad Cosmo Jarvis wowed the world with his charistmatic folk tales last year on Is The World Strange Or Am I Strange? led by the buccaneering ballad ‘Gay Pirates’ which got love from stars like Kylie Minogue and Stephen Fry.

Now he returns with his new manifesto Think Bigger and he muses over the tall tales and personal philosophies, how much he identifies with Tony Soprano, why he was “told” to cover Grateful Dead, the single-take ‘Love This’ clip, his forthcoming film The Naughty Room and so much more.

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