Music by Bergman: Jeremy Jay

The break that he took to embark on the project Invisible Foxx has come to an end and a more evocative Jeremy Jay with his ongoing fascination for cinema is now back. About to release a new album, the first in four years, that will mark his debut on El Segell, the American artist goes back to his passion for sythnpop and atmospheres of the 50s to continue a career which started in 2008 with “A Place Where We Could Go” and went on to make Jay a sort of retrofuturistic crooner with records like “Slow Dance” and “Dream Day”.

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