From Adelaide’s own Jesse Davidson comes smooth new single ‘Lagoon’, and we’re rather enjoying swimming in it. The second single off of his soon to be released EP ‘Lizard Boy’ is packed with the local lad’s signature synths, gentle vocals and the general air of melancholic dreaminess we’ve come to expect from the triple j unearthed finalist. You can give it a wee listen here.
This second track comes in the wake of ‘Laika’, the first single off the EP that was released earlier this year, copping some serious airtime on triple j including a powerful live rendition during Like A Version. Paired with his groovy, stripped back cover of Childish Gambino’s ‘Sober’, it’s safe to say Davidson officially has our rapt attention.
We’re not the only ones either, Davidson is currently touring as support act for fellow crooner Dustin Tebbutt. If you didn’t already catch Jesse Davidson at Laneway Festival or Groovin’ The Moo earlier this year, now’s your chance, Davidson will be opening for Tebbutt this Saturday at Adelaide Uni.
Catch Jesse Davidson and Dustin Tebbutt at Adelaide UniBar, 8pm, Saturday 19th September, All Ages. http://tickets.oztix.com.au/?Event=55088
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