Jesse Kendal unleashes a stirring single, ‘Little Bloom/Northern Light’

Multifaceted musician and producer Jesse Kendal has dropped his latest single, ‘Little Bloom/ Northern Light’ on the 20th of March via [BIOS]. The single, receiving praise from CLASH Magazine and earning spins on BBC Radio 6 and RTÉ 2FM‘s Jenny Greene (The Greene Room Show), was written and produced by Kendal and mastered by Zino Mikorey (Nils Frahm, Rival Consoles, Christian Löffler). Influenced by the likes of Nils Frahm, George FitzGerald and Stimming, his sound will be enjoyed by fans of PALLADIAN, KOSCO and Mellowdine. From his home studio, the Melbourne-born and based maestro blends electronic and acoustic elements to embody a distinctly human aesthetic and emotionally charged flow, having been compared to Tourist, Bonobo and Tycho. Jesse started releasing under the Kendl moniker in 2017, garnering support from esteemed publications such as Huffington Post, Magnetic Magazine, Dancing Astronaut, YourEdm, Earmilk, Stereofox and Purple Sneakers. In total, Kendal has garnered over 16 million plays across streaming platforms.

‘Little Bloom/Northern Light’ is an otherworldly piece of music that takes the listener on a journey to distant dreamy landscapes, feeling both cozy and expansive. The serene and warm tones of the soft synth melodies and gently played piano create a perfect backdrop for this musical treasure. As the tempo gradually picks up pace, the song envelops the listener with feelings of happiness and a relaxed sense of peace.

Kendal revealed: “These two tracks emerged during a period when I was striving to bring more connection and positivity into my life. Writing from that mindset brought what I feel is a warm and open embrace to these two tracks. My desire is to produce electronic music that feels more human than electronic and to emanate a propulsive positive energy.”

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