Perth-based producer and singer-songwriter Jarrod Jeremiah has unveiled his first release of 2021, Japanese Morning.
Written and recorded in his bedroom studio, the track fuses the musicians brand of bedroom-pop with influences of hip-hip and RnB, atop an electronic soundscape. Capturing that sunrise glow, the track is built upon shimmering instrumentation, whilst conceptually navigating the breakdown of communication between two people, likening it to speaking different languages.
Speaking about the track, Jeremiah shares: “Japanese Morning represents the symbolic breakdown of communication between two people, and the frustration of unpredictability. The whole song was crafted in my bedroom studio, and produced, recorded, written and sung by myself. I even mixed on a pair of Hi-fi speakers I found in my garage. It was very much a DIY project that developed into a fun unusual pop track. I’ve been holding onto the song for over 3 months now, making each sound, sample and lyric perfect and think it's the most fun, playful and catchy song I’ve ever put out.”
Japanese Morning is out now! Listen to the track below.