Dive into the rich sounds of Jere Sosa’s new single If Only Love
There’s nobody currently making the rounds quite like Jere Sosa. Hailing from Buenos Aires, and now residing in Fremantle, Sosa’s music is a rich tapestry of sounds. He weaves together a variety of genres to craft a sound uniquely his own.
On his latest single If Only Love, Sosa presents himself as one of the most unique and exciting voices in Australian music. If you’re not already paying attention to this artist, it’s definitely time you started.
On his latest single If Only Love, Fremantle-based artist Jere Sosa weaves together a rich tapestry of sounds that will envelop you wholly.
On If Only Love, Sosa glides through a surreal concoction of folk, flamenco, indie-rock, pop, and psychedelia to craft something entirely unique. He begins the track with textured guitar lines and airy, haunting vocals, before building into bright vocal hooks and woozy full-band instrumentation.
The track features on Sosa’s The Skin or the Blade EP, and perpetuates his refusal to be categorised. His music feels simultaneously adventurous and familiar. It doesn’t lend too much to other artists; it seems to exist in a league of its own.
This is the latest in a string of great releases from Jere Sosa, and judging by everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more quality tunes.
For now, do yourself a favour and listen to If Only Love above. If you want to hear the song performed live, head along to any of the following shows: