South African star Jeremy Loops returns with the new single and music video ‘Postcards’, released today via Decca Records. Jeremy’s distinctive vocals glide alongside joyful guitar melodies in the folk-pop tune, providing a euphoric sonic atmosphere and a catchy hook. The glorious music video, co-directed by Anna Telford and Jeremy himself, portrays the ups and downs of relationships, echoing the message carried through the emotive lyrics.
Jeremy says of his new release: “‘Postcards’ is a song about the ups and downs of relationships, people feel like they are alone when they suffer difficulties in relationships, it’s more common than people admit. This isn’t a sad song, it’s a song about acceptance and accepting that difficulties are often part of the journey to finding that solid connection. It’s a very upside-down world we’re living in right now. It’s hard to see people agreeing on anything, but this is one thing I feel like everyone can agree on. Sometimes we just can’t live with or without each other.”
Following on from a string of popular releases last year, Jeremy Loops has amassed 15 million streams and over 5.5 million hits on YouTube. His new single ‘Postcards’ was co-written with Jonathan Quarmby (Tom Walker) and produced by Cam Blackwood (George Ezra), which follows previous collaborations with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Jake Gosling (Shawn Mendes) and Carey Willets (Dermot Kennedy). Celebrated globally for his talents, Jeremy Loops is set for huge things.