Joe Jenneman “20th Street”

With light guitar playing and a synth beat that pulls the listener in, it’s easy to get lost in Joe Jenneman’s new song “20th Street”. The lyrics are as poetic as they are somber, sung with a beautiful yet melancholic emotion. This song depicts the low realities of life and the misfortunes that many face every day. Despite the dismal topic, however, “20th Street” finds a way to lull the listener into a tranquil embrace. You may be left feeling solemn, but certainly not alone. If you’re in need of a new easy to listen to tune, check out Joe Jennman below.

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Joe Jenneman fell in love with writing and performing in his early youth. He wrote his first song at the age of 5, and soon after began learning to play guitar. I think it’s safe to say music is in his blood.

Joe’s single “Your Name,” recorded with Grammy nominated Producer Erik Kertes (Shakira, Michael Buble), was described by EARMILK as a “Spirited summery jam chock full of warm vintage sounds.”

“Your Name” was followed by a lyric driven reflectional piece entitled “The Same,” which created quite a buzz being placed on Spotify playlists such as “Best of INDIE POP 2018,” and “UK Top 40 Singles.” “(‘The Same’) is catchy, beautiful, and most importantly genuine,” said xKira in their review of the single.

Jenneman has been quietly working on several songs with a new sound, all to be released at the end of the year and early 2020. The first track of this new wave, “20th Street,” describes the tough Los Angeles neighborhood where Joe has been living since his arrival to the city in 2017. The heavy lyrics, and spacey surf-guitar tones accurately depict the dark side of Cali life.

 

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