Indiana-bred, LA-based artist and producer Jeremy Jones grew up in a deeply musical community, but one that sounded very different than the radio-ready American R&B of his debut mixtape Late Bloomer, out today on Darling Recordings. In Jeremy's mother's house mainstream music was forbidden; the devout, Jamaican family instead listened to gospel music and sang in church. Jeremy found his creative outlet in the orchestra, studying viola performance in college, before moving to Los Angeles with his indie rock band. It's been quite the journey.
In 2017 Jeremy delivered his debut solo single "Runnin'", building on the success of his standout features on the 2016 collaborative album FLANCH. The track immediately established him as an exciting new voice, carving out his place with a DIY work ethic rare in pop music.
Late Bloomer collects the best work from Jeremy's first two years as a solo artist and presents a perfect snapshot of his talent, his aspiration, and, more importantly, himself as an artist.
Jeremy sums it up:
"It’s taken me way too long to believe in myself. Not just in my skills, but who I truly am as an individual."
Give Jeremy Jones a spin. You may just become a believer yourself.