Jenn Nucum has been recently featured alot on this site.
Anyways, Out For Blood which is taken from her recently released debut album Revival.
Second single from the album which came out on June 5, 2020.
A really nice intimate track that showcases her singing, lyrics and musicality.
About the song:
Beautiful yet dramatic guitar lines open this haunting piece that will soon merge with the embracing notes generated by a cello.
Jenn’s soft voice creates a powerful contrast with the sharpness of the meaning behind this song: a political stance against social inequity but also a quest for kindness.
Its chorus arises as gently as a carol and as strong as a statement, thus interspersing the entire song with a very peculiar elegance that, although its subject, incredibly attracts the ears of the listeners.
Jenn creates a piece that goes beyond music, something able to raise questions about identity and inequality, even through its stunning beauty.
Out For Blood gets:
Previously posted awhile back.
Today is the release of Filipina-Canadian singer-songwriter based in Toronto named Jenn Nucum with her debut album called Revival.
9 tracks filled with raw emotional music about navigating life as a diasporic queer woman of colour, with deconstructing complex fabric of identity with dreamy and ambient alternative rock melodies, honest lyrics, and emotive vocals.
This is one of these album where POC can really look up to and feel empowered to make their own music.
Today is the release of emerging Filipina-Canadian singer-songwriter based in Toronto named Jenn Nucum with the single called Snakebite.
The track is taken from her upcoming debut album ‘Revival’ which should be out in May 2020.
Noticed that Jesse Locke of Tough Age and Motorist did the drumming
Have a listen to the song, kind of has that Serena Ryder singer-songwriter vibe.
RIYL: Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Pantayo.
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They are back!
Bruce Peninsula today dropped the leading single from their upcoming album No Earthly Sound which drops on April 17, 2020.
New material since their 2011 album Open Flames.
Have a listen to Make a Sound which starts of like a gospel style clapping to a full sound of rock!