With throbbing percussions gospel-infused choruses, British artist Jordan Max calls out to make noise in current issues with his new single “War.” It feels like a battlefield song that also exudes an apocalyptic air where Jordan chants about the root of our issues: being a bystander and letting things happen. “War” is Jordan’s cry to leave the toxicity of the bystander and become an active participant. Watch below:
“It’s got some weight behind it. It asks, ‘Do you stand for what’s right or do you let it live?’ Everyone’s got a responsibility to check things they don’t agree with. It’s the state of the world. I’m being honest when I say I don’t want to lose any more people.” shared Jordan.
Jordan broke into the scene with his debut EP Only One Is King back in 2016 and has gotten praises from other artists such as Pharrell Williams. “War” was co-produced by Craze & Hoax (Emeli, Sande, Naughty Boy) and Felix Joseph (Jorja Smith, Jesse James Solomon).
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