Following support for recent singles ‘Bed Bugs’ and ‘Made A Fire’ from the likes of Clash, BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and 6 Music’s Chris Hawkins, Jay Brown – aka Amaroun – returns to grace our ears with another simply beautiful offering.
Produced by Kristofer Harris (Ghostpoet/Belle & Sebastian/Bear’s Den), ‘Indecisive’ is about emerging from a period of deep denial. Flowing with Brown’s smooth, soulful vocals and catchy, twinkling hooks, it oozes a sweeping emotive power and a heartfelt lyrical richness. And, as her stirring vocals sing the perfectly relatable “I can agoraphobic, London can be overwhelming. Yes, I am addicted, I’ve learnt to live through all the noise”, it’s impossible not to be completely swept away by this dreamy, captivating sonic delight, marking Amaroun out as a truly unique artist.
Of the track, Amaroun explains:
“It’s set right around that point where you’re making peace with yourself and your decisions… This song is about the future, and that’s where I’m looking now. And I really can’t wait for everyone to hear the songs we’re writing and recording at the moment – summer’s coming and we’re getting our dancing shoes on!”
Catch Amaroun live on tour throughout May and June, including dates supporting Laura Viers. More info here.