Stephen Jacques – ‘Send Them Love’

An alternative rock artist who has been drawing praise from fans and critics across the globe, Stephen Jacques is arguably one of the most expressive and understated artists of his generation. With a sound that is effortlessly enjoyable and undeniably authentic, Stephen has been hailed as a "genuine pop perfectionist.”

After being widely recognised for his riveting album ‘Soul Hydraulics’, Stephen has continued to impress, and soon, on the 9th of September this year, he’ll be sharing a bold new chapter in his musical journey with the release of his new album, ‘Send Them Love’.

Announced recently alongside the album’s seminal title track, ‘Send Them Love’ is poised to be one of Stephen’s most enchanting releases to date, conjuring up wistful, poetic, and immersive sounds over the course of thirteen original tracks.

Filled with textured acoustic guitar and haunting strings, the title track is a perfect snapshot of the new album, showcasing Stephen’s sweet, hopeful melodies and calling vocals in perfect form. Alongside the release of the new single, which will be available on the 17th of May, Stephen has also shared a touching music video which serves to enhance the poignant elements of the song.

A wonderful piece that deserves to be heard, ‘Send Them Love’ is the first in a series of singles that Stephen will be releasing in support of the new album. Makes sure you check out the single above and follow Stephen on his social media pages below, so you never miss a release.

You can pre-save the lead single and full album now ahead of their official release later this year.

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