Jordan Dean is a London-based alternative pop artist who takes his cues from early ’00s garage rock artists like Arctic Monkeys, The Strokes and Kings of Leon. His new track is about giving without expectations of getting back. It’s called Feeling Strange.
By Graeme Smith
Feature photo by Conor Cunningham
It’s a track that hits you instantly with jangly guitar and Jordan’s charismatic vocals. The style is spot on and I would definitely be dancing to it in an indie disco circa 2005. Yet, there is a modern freshness to it it. I can see festival crowds bouncing to it this summer too.
Jordan is originally from Nashville, USA but now calls the UK his home. He is already creating some hype and he’s opened for big name acts like Dermot Kennedy and CAAMP. His sound certainly should appeal to audiences old and new – keep an eye on him. I will be.
You can listen to Feeling Strange below.
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