Thunder Jackson is back with a new single and video “Caroline,” directed by British songwriter/producer Pete Lawrie Winfield. “Caroline” is a heartfelt piece where endings bloom into new beginnings as Jackson chant about past heartbreak while also reflecting on growth. The video has an intimate aura to it as we get to see Jackson and other talented musicians join their mojo into one stunning performance:
On the track, Jackson commented: “‘Caroline’ is a cry for a long lost love, a cry for a new beginning. It’s about realizing your past mistakes and presenting a reborn version of yourself. Standing on the line, vulnerable but true, ready to start again.. As I am, as you are. Let’s go back to the start.”
The track is from his upcoming self-titled debut album, which will be out on October 1st. Jackson has also announced No Show Roadshow across the West, where he’ll be exploring remote places to play live. Fans can keep up with the No Show Roadshow via his Instagram, Vero and YouTube now through September 10th.
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