We had a chat with Jordan Dean, an exciting emerging artist looking put a bit more grit into modern pop
Jordan Dean is an artist who is clamouring to see a bit more of the rawness and grit of yesteryear injected back into popular music, and his thoughtful and charismatic sound provides a glowing example of the artist’s vision for contemporary sounds and creativity that he possesses.
The artist, who’s origins lie in Nashville, has an memorably melodic sound that packs a punch, anchored by his brash personality and acerbic wit, like a stateside answer to Jamie T or Alex Turner. His latest releases such as ‘Feeling Strange’ and ‘Free Advice, No One’s Buying’ provide an emphatic glimpse into the world of Jordan Dean, and are sure to work their way into your subconscious thanks to their cool, distinctive feel, and engaging, anthemic flavour. This is enticing, melodic pop with a garage rock sensibility and ethos, a timeless sound that feels sure to rally and unite audiences looking for something a bit more authentic and real.