British newcomer, Jodie Nicholson is out with her brand new single, “Move.”
This song was produced partially during the lockdown by Tim Bran, who has worked with Halsey, London Grammar, and Birdy.
“Move” sees Jodie’s ethereal vocals come to the forefront with a hypnotic and mesmerizing soundscape.
With the effortlessly cool electro-indie-pop leanings of The Japanese House and the haunting synth vibes of Grimes, “Move” is the perfect soundtrack to a chilled out late summer night.
Jodie uses songwriting to unravel a deeper understanding and sense of self. Her music sees wistful narratives, delicate melodies, and emotive lyrics sit atop deep-rooted themes of melancholy and longing.
Jodie says, “On the surface, its message is typical of a generic pop song, but as the track evolved in its creation, Move has become a powerful symbol for taking a feeling and running with it. It’s been an organic, impulse-driven song from the get-go and in many ways feels like an awakening”
I never thought that my first time working with a producer would be during a global pandemic. Working remotely with Tim was fascinating. As I recorded vocals, he controlled my computer from the other end of the country, and we streamed the audio from both sides so we could listen together in real-time. It was honestly mind-blowing. I feel very grateful for current technology and Tim’s knowledge”
“Move” is the first single in a series of releases that Jodie will be sharing over the next few months.