Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Burlington Singer/Songwriter Jordan Haller Crafts a Soulful, Poppy EP with Substance

If you love, soulful, poppy music with substance, you should check out Drifting, the newest EP from Burlington singer/songwriter Jordan Haller.  Catchy, infectious music isn't usually crafted this well but the recording's indie folk roots and the superb lyricism create an amazing sound.

Jordan's vivid voice is the main selling point.  He fills these songs with real emotion and character.  The instrumentation does a wonderful job of accentuating his impressive vocal performances.

Joining Jordan are Nicholas Valerio (drums) and Andrew Marshall (bass).  Other guests include Samantha Kadet and Kate Leanne Fullerton (background vocals), Mikey Molnar of Quails in the Nest (trumpet), and Kaitlyn Raitz (Cello)

CD's are available exclusively at Dr. Disc.  You can also download this EP at his Bandcamp page or purchase it through iTunes.

Links: Jordan HallerMore ReleasesVideo above courtesy of Jordan Haller

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