jj2lowJeremy Jay will be in the UK for a few days in March before heading off to the sunnier climes of Austin, Texas for SXSW.  He will be headlining the Macbeth, Hoxton on Wednesday 11th March so catch him now to experience the wintry wonderfulness of his latest album Slow Dance released on K Records on 6th April.
Slow Dance starts with a bang.  It navigates listeners through forests and over star streams as easily as walking through the streets, before it shifts to dance floor romance and night-time escapades.  There is a consistent, mysterious sway; a strong will backed by noble guitars and shiny synths.  Amidst, Jay is protective and candid, inviting listeners to dance with a whisper.  A romance of dreams and realities; full colours, ice skaters and disco lights.
“Jeremy can treat us to a little Fifties-style crooning, a smatter of harmonising, infused with the absolute charm of beautiful dreaming.”    Plan B
“Jeremy Jay [possesses a) frail ingeniousness, creating a warm, inviting space…”  Pitchfork Media

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