Jeremy Neale’s latest release, the Let Me Go Out In Style EP – out today via Dot Dash/Remote Control – is the result of four producers, many guest musicians and Jeremy’s desire to explore stylistic influences in the realm of 80s new romantic and sophisti-pop on his path to become a master songwriter. The road is long but he’s here to stay.
To celebrate he’s hitting up Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Fremantle on a national tour. Get your tickets here.
Well, look at this. Let Me Go Out In Style, the new EP from Jeremy Neale is on it’s way. And here’s the next single ‘The Love Calling’.
Let Me Go Out In Style is the result of four producers, many guest musicians and Jeremy’s quest to explore a greater range of his stylistic influences on his path to become a master songwriter. The road is long but he’s here to stay. The EP chronicles the lingering and residual feelings after a relationship has ended, and the ups, downs and general introspection of the space until another begins.
He’s also shared a single ‘The Love Calling’. Have a listen below!
Jeremy Neale cares about the real stuff. People, songs, entertainment. Maybe that’s because his earliest memory is of his identical twin brother being jettisoned into deep space. It was at that very moment that he knew he had to live his life for two. He has a solo career that has seen him tour extensively both nationally and internationally off the back of his 2013 debut EP, In Stranger Times. Now he’s back in a big way with the follow up Let Me Go Out In Style due September 25 with the help of Dot Dash / Remote Control Records
Our pal Jeremy Neale has shared his brand new vid for ‘Hold On Together’ with the help of Fasterlouder.
Jeremy spoke about the video and said why wanted to create an awkward clip. “I saw this amazing video of Mireille Matthieu and Patrick Duffy performing their song “Together We’re Strong” on an 80s variety show and it was just so incredibly awkward that I wanted us to have a go at something similar. I sent the example to the director Jennifer Embelton and she sent mentioned framing it from a film crews’ perspective ie. “I’ve Told Every Little Star” from Mulholland Drive.”
“After a bunch of excited brainstorming and Jen being a total ace director, here’s what we ended up with. You can’t even tell I’d dislocated my knee the day before and had to stand on one leg for most of the shots. That’s the magic of cinema y’see. I hope you enjoy it!”
Watch the video below.
The track is out now via Dot Dash / Remote Control Records and you can grab it on iTunes or listen to the banger on all good streaming services.
On signing to Dot Dash / Remote Control Records, new family member Jeremy Neale (Music) had to say this, “In my musical journey I’ve been very fortunate to be surrounded by a team of wonderful people. Joining forces with Remote Control Records is certainly no exception. Great people who do amazing work. People who if you ever find yourself surrounded by goons in an alleyway will magically appear to aid you. You see they were strategically hiding themselves from view until right now when you needed them most. Each wielding a very different weapon but all with the same intention. To build a better tomorrow.”