Jordan Hawkins is an LA-based singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. Not too long ago, he released an appealing audiovisual for his “Daydreams/Sunset” single.
Jordan Hawkins – “Daydreams/Sunset” music video
“‘Daydreams’ was inspired by the rekindling of a relationship that was halted by COVID-19. This track will resonate with a lot of people who may be going through similar situations of longing for love and connection during this pandemic. As for the B-side, ‘Sunset’ is a passionate love trip that I made on acid at the beginning of quarantine where I found myself at a low point. I wanted to see what inspiration the drug could help me find during a time of stagnation.” – Jordan Hawkins stated
Acting as two halves of a whole, “Daydreams” and “Sunset” juxtapose each other with the former playing more to Hawkins’s ability to create music that fits in the middle of today’s R&B soundscape. “Sunset” highlights more of the guitarist/singer-songwriter’s experimental and psychedelic side. Also, the likable tunes serve as wonderful presentations of what listeners can expect to hear from Jordan Hawkins in the near future as he continues his claim for modern-day fame.
“I would go, rogue, if it wasn’t worth it to keep on going, darling.”
“See in your absence, I fall into daydreams. Back to when there was nothing between. Selfishly, I hope you do the same thing.” – lyrics, “Daydreams”
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