Jerro releases “Presence,” the first single off his debut album, Coming Home, which is due out October 1 on This Never Happened.
Since first emerging on the scene, Belgian producer Jerro has captivated listeners with his melodic style. Breaking out in 2019 with releases including The Fool and Pantheon on This Never Happened, he’s gone on to land releases on Anjunadeep and Future Classic as well. With his remixes of Petit Biscuit’s “Driving Thru The Night” and Emmitt Fenn’s “Far From Here,” as well as “Together” with Panama, 2021 is shaping up to be his biggest year yet and the most recent news makes that even more true.
Today, Jerro announced his return to Lane 8‘s imprint This Never Happened with his debut studio album, Coming Home. Due out on October 1, the announcement was paired with the release of the first single “Presence,” which gives a taste for what’s to come in the full album as Jerro sets the tone with his masterful ability to blend genres.
“Presence” opens with ethereal, ambient synths and beautiful piano chords. As more sounds unfold in the cinematic build, listeners are taken through an uplifting journey that culminates in an upbeat, progressive melody. “Presence” is the perfect, carefree summer sunset vibe that makes us so excited for what’s to come.
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Jerro – Coming Home – Tracklist:
- Coming Home
- Too Weak
- Lost for Words Feat. Panama
- In The Dark feat. Taylor
- Are You There
- Leave Me Here feat. Fractures