Monthly Archives: December 2019

SPILL MAGAZINE PREMIERES JESPER LINDELL’S NEW SINGLE “SO LONG”

Click here to listen to Jesper Lindell’s new track “So Long” via Spill Magazine

JESPER LINDELL – “SO LONG”
A SPILL EXCLUSIVE MUSIC PREMIERE
Engineered by Zach Anderson, of the American/Swedish band Blues Pills, Jesper Lindell’s enticing debut album Everyday Dreams is a clever mixture of rock, folk, blues and soul, performed by a 26 year old musician in love with classic pop, Stax-Volt R&B, and that old time rock & roll.

Hailing from a small town near Stockholm in Sweden, and gifted with an amazing soulful voice, guitarist/pianist/songwriter Jesper delivers an intimate album that could have been recorded in the late sixties.

This is modern classic rock music, and hearts full of soul will fall in love.

Jesper Lindell’s Everyday Dreams will be available on Black Friday (November 29th) on Limited Edition Vinyl, CD, digital and streaming formats via Alive Naturalsound Records.

ARTIST QUOTE
“‘So Long’ is the only song I’ve ever dreamt up. I had a real Keef moment: I was asleep, hearing this melody in my head and woke up. I sat down at the piano right away and tried to remember what I just dreamt. Don’t really know if it sounds anything like the dream, but I kind of think it has a dream-like quality to it.

Lyrically, I think it matches up somehow, since it’s about wanting and dreaming about meeting someone so badly that you can’t wait.”

Jesper Lindell
Everyday Dreams
(Alive Naturalsound Records)
Release Date: November 29, 2019

THE BLUEGRASS SITUATION SHARES JERRY LEGER’S NEW TRACK “TOMORROW IN MY MIND”

Click here to listen to Jerry Leger’s new track “Tomorrow In My Mind” via The Bluegrass Situation

LISTEN: JERRY LEGER, “TOMORROW IN MY MIND”
Artist name: Jerry Leger
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Song: “Tomorrow in My Mind”
Album: Time Out for Tomorrow
Release Date: November 8, 2019
Label: Latent Recordings

In Their Words: “‘Tomorrow in My Mind’ closes the new record, Time Out for Tomorrow. It has a feel and performance that you can only get from playing it live in the studio together, same with the vocals. No tricks, which is the way I like it. I like the playfulness in the lyrics and I love the bridge: ‘Bones are aching, emotions shaking, eyes are waking for love.’ James McKie’s guitar part reminds me something Waylon Jennings would have done. I’m not sure what the song was born out of, I don’t like to over-analyze that. It’s a favourite of producer Michael Timmins’ and the band too. I’m glad it made the cut. I wasn’t sure if it fit at first but it’s a real nice closer to an album that I’m happy folks are getting really into already.” — Jerry Leger

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