Jerro directs debut LP, ‘Coming Home,’ to This Never Happened
Jerro‘s highly anticipated full-length debut album Coming Home has arrived via This Never Happened. After teasing fans with four pre-album singles, “Lost For Words,” “Subtleties,” “Presence,” and “In The Dark,” the Belgian producer unleashes the harmonic mastery of his panoptic and progressive soundscapes through 11 melody-driven tracks that include features from Panama, Fractures, and Tailor. Speaking on the LP’s sonic influences, Jerro shared,
“My debut album is something that I have always dreamed of since I started making music, and it feels surreal that it is finally being released. One thing I love about the album is the diversity of sounds. There are pop-driven tracks like ‘Too Weak’ that are the people pleasers, true melodic-house tracks like ‘Stay,’ indie tracks like ‘Are You There,’ and club tracks like ‘Sweeping.’ I really wanted to put together an album where every type of listener can find songs that they enjoy, while still staying true to that classic Jerro sound, and I couldn’t be more proud of how it turned out!”
Coming Home explores Jerro’s dynamic production, with his debut album striking a contrast between ambience and experimental indie-pop elements. The producer will showcase his debut body of work on his upcoming 19-date North American tour, which includes stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Denver, and more. Tickets and a complete list of tour dates are available here.