Spanning a mess of genres, Jordan Max unveiled his sophomore EP Tales Of Us, and an accompanying video for the graceful monitor "Kingdom," completely on Billboard at present (Nov. eight).
Showcasing a distinctive sound, Max's music options sharp songwriting accompanied by his raspy tenor. On Tales Of Us, the British singer-songwriter fuses R&B, funk and soul influences as he contemplates on his previous relationships and interior battles.
"These songs got here from occasions that occurred to me within the final two years, from falling out of affection to marching to freedom," he tells Billboard.
On the EP's opening monitor "War," Max's highly effective voice is juxtaposed with delicate piano. Don't sleep on the smooth-as-silk "Pray," both, nor on the album's crown jewel, "Kingdom."
"It's a few breakup I went via a couple of years in the past. The feelings on the time impressed a brand new feeling that introduced out a special texture in my voice," Max explains of "Kindgom," which sees him signing off from that relationship. "This tune is me transferring] on from the darkish days and heartache I went via after discovering how painful love could be," he provides.
Stream Tales Of Us and watch the video for "Kingdom" under.