Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


band members

Jake Bosci


Unearthed artists we like

Gordi, D'Arcy Spiller, Tyne-James Organ, Fergus James


Website

www.jakebosci.com

Bio

Jake Bosci returns to Australia replete with enhanced sensibilities, creative drives and his unmistakable ability as a songwriter. His new single I Miss You holds both the allure of his established charm and a refreshed approach to texture and rhythm.
His previous singles Abbot Kinney (a crisp, undeniably catchy tune of synthetic sincerity.- https:// happymag.tv ) and Dark Blue (a shimmering concoction of atmospheric pop and electronica, crafting something uniquely his own - https://wefoundnewmusic.com) have proven over time that Jake Bosci creates with immediacy and long-lasting impact as the singles have respectively maintained a committed listenership, but even with this loyal fanbase Jake is looking for a fresh start.
His latest single I Miss You is proof that inspiration can strike at any time. It was created while he was quarantined in a hotel in Darwin, Australia after his international flight home to Brisbane was impacted by COVID-19 precautions. Tracking the song entirely in his hotel room and sending it to producer, Lane Johnson in Nashville TN for finishing touches. Lyrically, the song simply highlights missing someone when you’re in an isolated situation.

No stranger to tests of contemporary songwriting, Jake spent a number of years in the indie band, Ellington (https://www.facebook.com/ellingtonrock/) having toured with the likes of Short Stack and Something With Numbers and signing a publishing deal with Sony/ATV. His experience and ability to connect demonstrated across the live and digital spaces.
I Miss You carries within its dampened synth stabs and agile drums a sentiment that is universally understood and of heightened relevancy. This new single stimulates our desire to connect whole- heartedly through Jake’s calming vocals and a light air of justified melancholy. With an EP in the works this new single looks to be just a taste of what we can expect to hear out of Jake and after a quiet couple of years, it’s good to see him back at it.

Review

Review by Ilai Swindells Ilai Swindells

14 May 2020

Triple J
40

Brissy strikes again with the universal Pop sounds, clearly making the most of isolation I like this builds from a click, to a sway to full then just full blown drama like a dark blue wall of sound. Nice.

Brissy strikes again with the universal Pop sounds, clearly making the most of isolation I like this builds from a click, to a sway to full then just full blown drama like a dark blue wall of sound. Nice.

Review

Review by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

07 May 2020

Triple J
40

Great beat/texture and production sensibility in this thoughtful pop jam.

Great beat/texture and production sensibility in this thoughtful pop jam.