- Jennifer Janz
Jordan D'Sena - Secrets
Adelaide based singer-songwriter Jordan D’Sena has just released his second single, Secrets.
The new track follows the considerable success of his 2021 debut Silhouette, which attracted a lot of attention and secured a massive audience for the young music artist. Secrets is stylistically similar to his debut, utilising acoustic guitars, well-rounded production (Adelaide producer Israel Amoy), and a highly charged, passionate vocal performance.
As Jordan has said about the new single, ‘The song is about learning to open up in a relationship and one I drew on personal experiences. Sometimes it’s better to say something straight out and not let it linger instead of keeping it inside and bottling it up, and I do this a bit sometimes, but I’ve learnt that no matter how big or small, that you need to express how you feel and be honest otherwise it all comes out in the wash and makes things worse – that would be the key message from the song and me with writing Secrets.’
Secrets introduces a new voice in contemporary Australian pop, a song with solid hooks, obvious emotional power that utilises a range of dynamics, from the acoustic guitars to the steady percussive build-up, to create a track with depth that’s also memorable. When asked about his plans, Jordan has said, ‘Now Secrets is out in the world, it’s the second single off my EP, so I’ve got a four-track EP already recorded, so plans are to release that this year and put another song out around May 2022 followed by the EP after that.
I think the next big creative goal is to write an album and get that out there. Long-term, I’d just love to tour and play shows and make music my career.'
‘‘ Jordan D’Sena’s Secrets has the hooks, the faultless vocal performance and a lyric that exposes a relatable vulnerability yet affirm the music artist’s vision, exploring the same musical territory as other artists such as Dean Lewis, Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran, Plested, and JC Stewart.
Jordan D’Sena’s Secrets has the hooks, the faultless vocal performance and a lyric that exposes a relatable vulnerability yet affirm the music artist’s vision, exploring the same musical territory as other artists such as Dean Lewis, Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran, Plested, and JC Stewart. As Jordan says about the response to his music so far, ‘The best feeling is when people are singing your songs back to you or are so hyped about your new music.
I’ve been posting a bit of content on socials recently, and I went out to a few social gatherings on the weekend, and the response from so many about how excited that are for Secrets to come out and my future music was insane.’
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