We all need a bit of feel-good in our lives right now, and Jeremy’s new track – out November 13th – provides just that.
After two successful albums, South African singer-songwriter and producer Jeremy Loops follows on from the recent releases of his two singles “Mortal Man” and “By The Way” with his brand new song “Til I Found You”. This bouncy and cheerful tune is undeniably catchy, and impossible not to dance to.
Jeremy’s soothing vocals, enriched with frequent harmonies, complement the genius initial combination of a solid beat and lyrical guitar riff. As we come to the chorus, Jeremy simulates the sounds of traditional African instruments, such as those from the Mbira family, perfectly blending modern and long-established musical practices.
Perfectly blending modern and long-established musical practices.
Self-taught musician Jeremy Loops wrote Til I Found You in collaboration with Jake Gosling, along with Tobias Kuhn – who produced Milky Chance’s second album – as producer. This track is entirely heartwarming and optimistic, with the intention of spreading nothing but positivity.
Til I Found You is primarily about love – but, Jeremy explains “not in a traditional sense of necessarily longing for another, but very much kind of the dual search, the search for one’s self and the quest to find your centre, and hopefully through finding yourself you’ll be able to truly find love, support love, be in love and create a safe space for love to exist in your life”
Jeremy shot to fame after opening for a fund-raising gig he organised in Cape Town, quickly gaining a good reputation and a great deal of respect in the music industry. He has previous collaborated with other artists such as Ed Sheeran, and sold-out his headline show at London’s O2 Brixton Academy.
The music video for Til I Found You encapsulates the song’s feel good vibes. Jeremy says of it “This is my first self-directed music video and my respect for directors, which was already sky high, has shot through the roof. IT IS STRESSFUL! But listen, I am so proud of these visuals! I hope all of you drown in its colours and swim in the sunshine and celebrate the joy emanating from this. It means the world to me. I hope you feel a little bit of that yourself as you watch it.”