Jordana of Earth shares new single, “High”
Jordana of Earth is a Toronto R&B Artist. Jordana’s been writing, recording and performing for years, but hasn’t released any music until 2020. Her latest single is “High“
During COVID-19, she has released several singles. Some tracks include “Tell Me”, “Leave the Light On”, “Motions,” “I Got” and “Glitch”.
Her singles have accumulated over 100,000+ streams on Spotify.
Jordana of Earth describes “High”
It walks the line between disconnect and intimacy, and the lyrics are sort of navigating that space. The main line of the chorus, “you get me so high” is playing off the idea of being high, as something that’s chemical or of an altered state, but rather I’m talking about something that’s really quite the opposite. Something real and unaltered and just pure.
February 1, 2021 – Jordana of Earth shares new single “Tell Me”
Jordana’s latest single is “Tell Me”.
Statement from Jordana of Earth regarding “Tell Me”
“’Tell Me’ was written from the standpoint of someone (me) who is used to the hustle — with little time for romance — but is about getting caught up with someone who they just can’t take their mind off of
It’s about a shift in focus from the things that usually occupy someone’s thoughts, and finding that all they think about now,
is this new romance.
In a way that sort of takes them by surprise, and makes them wonder if this is a good or bad thing.
Quote regarding upcoming music video “Tell Me”
The video will feature heavy red lighting and include shots of herself and a man driving around a more-or-less abandoned, almost post-apocalyptic streets of Toronto.
The exchanges, or lack thereof, between [the man and I], suggest that I’m singing to someone else entirely; distracted by this other person and paying little attention to what’s going on around me.
I created this narrative and aesthetic to mirror the real place of where the song came from.
October 30, 2020 – Jordana of Earth releases new single “Motions”
Jordana of Earth releases new single “Motions”.
Jordana of Earth discusses the new song
I wrote ‘Motions’ when I felt like I was falling for someone. I wasn’t sure, though, if I was feeling true feelings of love, or just getting caught up in the excitement of a new person and convincing myself that it was something real.
There’s talk about past loves, having been played and fooled by past lovers, and feelings of reluctance to get close to someone just to have that happen again. It’s about that tension that exists between a want for connection and that protective wall that keeps me from intimacy.
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