Thunder Jackson Explores The Different Faces Of Our Identity In “Find Yourself”

A self-exploratory journey

Photo: Pete Lawrie Winfield

Thunder Jackson explores the good, the confused, and the ugly sides of our sense of self in new single “Find Yourself.” It’s a moodily buoyant piece where the song’s dreamy atmosphere is smudged with soulful hues as Thunder’s croons dig into our never-ending odyssey in finding ourselves. The video, directed by Dano Cerny, features Thunder awash in dim lights as he ruminates on his own identity. Watch below:

“As humans, we all seek to define our identity. It’s a lifelong journey. Some days we feel we know exactly who we are. Others, we don’t recognize the person in the mirror. And that’s what ‘Find Yourself’ is all about,” shared Thunder Jackson. “It’s a song for the lost, a song for the found, and a reminder that we are not alone in our struggles to find ourselves.”

Originally from Oklahoma, Thunder’s love for music roots back to his father who was a part-time Elvis impersonator at State Fairs and other events. Thunder taught himself to play the piano and guitar before he was even a teen and his dad even got a license to paly covers at local venues (coolest dad. Ever.) Thunder decided to move to LA to pursue his dreams in music after graduating high school and by serendipity, he met Pete Lawrie Winfield (Until The Ribbon Breaks frontman). Together they went on songsmithing in a basement studio and the rest is history. Pete is currently set to support Milky Chance this fall and will be sharing more details soon:

09/24 – Dever, CO @ Mission Ballroom

09/25 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot

09/26 – Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory

09/28 – Missoula, MT @ The Wilma

09/29 – Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory

09/30 – Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom

10/1 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theater

10/2-4 – Napa, CA @ Bottle Rock

10/6 – Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theatre

10/8 – Calgary, AB @ Grey Eagle Event Centre

10/9 – Saskatoon, SK @ Coors Event Centre

10/10 – Winnipeg, MB @ Burt Cummings Theatre