Printed on March sixth, 2023 |
by Marilyn Reles
At present residing in northern California, indie-alternative artist Roger Jaeger’s music, channels a sense that the world is actually determined for. In “Daylight”, his uncooked vulnerability stems from the early days of the pandemic, after we have been all reaching for a way of hope to get us via what have been really darkish occasions. Reassuring us that the evening will quickly be over, “Daylight” looks like a dawn, as we dance amongst bigger than life soundscapes paying homage to bands like Coldplay. His uncommon mix of genres captivates listeners from everywhere in the world, touchdown him main placements in exhibits like Normal Hospital and the film “Lights, Digital camera, Romance”. His new single precedes a serious present announcement the place he’ll be performing as a part of SXSW 2023 at Labelcoin Home on Wednesday March fifteenth.
“Writing Daylight was a step of religion – I wanted it for myself” says Jaeger. “When the pandemic started all of my exhibits have been canceled and disappointment and apprehension set in. I wanted some hope that there was gentle on the finish of the tunnel, and perhaps this music will do this for different individuals too.”
Having graced phases from Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe to pubs throughout Eire, Jaeger’s music continues to show its common attraction. Whereas not making music, he collects artistic inspiration from his many travels throughout the globe in addition to his introspective dips into a few of his favourite books together with The Battle of Artwork and Austin Kleon’s Steal Like an Artist. Roger additionally teaches songwriting for The College of The Nations in India. You’ll be able to really feel his well-rounded nature via his music and “Daylight” positively doesn’t disappoint. “Daylight” comes forward of his subsequent extremely anticipated single, set for launch in late March of 2023.
Hearken to “Daylight” on Spotify right here.