Oxford, England indie rock band Jody and the Jerms has just dropped their newest single, “Waves”. The song is a jangly guitar and synth pop-rock track that features single Jody’s crystal clear vocals and the band’s knack for radio-ready, saccharine sweet indie rock production.
“Waves was written by Jody and myself over the course of a lazy Sunday afternoon in August,” explains guitarist Niall. “It started with some guitar chords and the melody and the lyrics flowed from there. It’s a song about obsession. We got together a week later in the studio and recorded it with the other four Jerms.”
“Waves” is now available across all major streaming platforms. Listen to it on Spotify now or watch the video on YouTube below.
Jody and the Jerms formed in the Summer of 2019 in Oxford, England, and have been writing, recording, and playing their infectious blend of melodic and uplifting indie/alt/jangle rock ever since – with national airtime on Radio X (UK), Rodney Bingenheimer on Sirius XM (USA), RTVE (Spain) and BBC 6 Music. The six-piece band – or sextet – released their second album Flicker in March 2022, followed by extensive UK touring.
With a prolific writing and recording ethic, the band is already planning the next album release in March of 2023 and plenty more live dates home and abroad. They are celebrating the release of their latest single with three UK shows.
September 18. Great Barn Festival
September 24. Lyric Theatre, Bridport
September 30. Spice of Life, Soho, London
Jody and the Jerms Is:
Jody – vocals
Niall Jeger – guitar and vocals
Peter James Millson – guitar and vocals
Alex Bridge – drums
David Meaden – bass
Robert Anwood – keyboards
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