Hertfordshire singer/songwriter Cameron Jones takes us into an emotionally-hefty soundscape of jazz/indie rock in his single “Love You Save Me.” With quiet tension and slithering guitar strings, Cameron flexes his vocal chords that grasp our heartstrings. Tapping into a toxic relationship that you can’t leave, “Love You Save Me” is about the lose-lose situation we often get cornered when we fall in love with the wrong/right person. It’s a curse and a blessing:
“‘Love You Save Me’ is about how we can often find ourselves living for too long in very destructive relationships because we feel the pain of leaving that person outweighs the hurt of staying with them. Essentially love and who we love is rarely a choice which makes it very hard for us to deal with when we see it dragging us down” shared Cameron.
Produced by Ian Grimble (Mumford & Sons, Daughter, Matt Corby), “Love You Save Me” is the follow up of his recent track “Let Me In” and from his debut EP, My Omen, which has already gained wide support from the radio. Cameron has recently performed at Paper Dress Vintage and is planning to announce new life shows soon.
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