The ever elusive Aussie singer-songwriter Jarryd James has finally followed up his earlier single ‘Slow Motion’ with a brand spanking newbie, titled ‘Let It Go’.
Recorded in a songwriting camp with M-Phases deep in a jungle in Nicaragua, the man behind songs from Ruel and Amy Shark, James says the song is about the the fun Friday nights and the painful Saturday mornings.
“’Let It Go’ is about the weekend; about Friday nights and Saturday mornings,” he said in a statement.
“That was the environment we were in on that trip [to Nicaragua]. It was very late nights because there was an open bar. It was getting up and making music all day and getting back in the Pina Coladas. It was a good vibe.”
He’s been hard at work on his second album, the follow up to 2015’s Thirty One, with producers like Clams Casino, Cautious Clay and the legendary Andrew Wyatt.
Listen to ‘Let it Go’ below.