On the eve of the release of his debut EP 'I Will Be Cold Soon', there's a buzz of activity in the Jamie Isaac camp. The 18 year old singer/ producer has unveiled the video for lead track 'Softly Draining Seas', shot by the critically acclaimed director Ferry Gouw (the man behind all the Major Lazer visuals). The video is the perfect accompaniment; a gorgeously contemplative journey from bleak cityscapes to rural, aquatic escapes.
Isaac will also be playing a headline show at London's Servant Jazz Quarters next Wednesday 26th, with support from his much talked-about south London comrade Jerkcurb.
The EP will be released on deluxe 12-inch vinyl and digital.
1. Can See
2. Softly Draining Seas
3. I Will Be Cold Soon
4. Hardened Front
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