JORDAN B. WRIGHT – “FIREHEART”
FIREHEART (JANUARY 2018)
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Toronto multi-instrumentalist Jordan B. Wright is back with a brand new track entitled, “Fireheart”. It’s the title track off the forthcoming album and today we have the pleasure of naming it Track Of The Day here at Spill Magazine!
Jordan B. has spent the past years performing internationally on recordings and touring with bands including The Cliks, Tara Slone and Random Order. Gigs have included such prestigious events as MIDEM, Pop Montreal, NXNE and the Pan Am Games Closing Ceremonies.
The recently recorded track ‘Fireheart’ was produced by Moe Berg (The Pursuit of Happiness) and engineer Rob Nation at EMAC studios in London, Ontario and is the first since ‘Everything Blue’ that came out in 2016. Jordan B. Wright teamed up with talented musicians Tara McCleod (Kittie), Nick Shao (Rvnners), Lindsay Clark (Shiloh), Andrea Stewart, and Erica Schiopu to record the title track.You’ll notice ‘Fireheart’ is an ambitious leap for the artist and provides a unique look into the upcoming full length feature expected out January 2018. Expansive sounds and catchy melodies are the defining feature of Jordan B’s latest single that will keep you wanting more. Spend some time and let the powerful, heartwarming waves of ‘Fireheart’ wash over you as you experience a first look at the new ‘Fireheart’
Wright typically plays live shows with Toronto talent Adam Warner, Jennifer Bryan, Monica Julie, Renee Cross and is planning a single release party for Fireheart along with remixes being created by DJ Shine and Cozmic Cat.
“Fireheart is an anthemic song about relationships and the hopes of growing old together. The song echoes the desire for a future leaving behind past grievances as hearts mend. The dynamics build with efficacious drums, luscious guitar parts, blankets of keyboards, and opulent harmonies. At the end one can hear the guitar of vexation singing the melody imperturbably waiting for strife to pass and settle like water on the sand.”
Photo Credit of JBW: Jack Jackson
Album Cover Credit: Bradley Reinhardt