South London bedroom producer Jamws has shared his new song 'Playing For Keeps'.
The songwriter's new EP 'Toronto' is a collection of beautiful, beatific pieces, drawn together through a hyper-intense period in his life.
Songs of heartbreak, progression, and acceptance, 'Toronto' is about the real-life end of a 10 year relationship, and what followed afterwards.
He recalls: “This period was overwhelming, it honestly felt like my life had paused and love was slipping through my fingers. It was a process – I felt happiness for my partner living her dream, hope for a future with her, fear of losing her and eventually peace…"
Music was his solace, with the new EP becoming both a means to focus his thoughts and a source of inspiration itself.
'Playing For Keeps' finds Jamws returning to the sunlight, with the dappled psych-pop textures recalling Tame Impala in place.
A neat pop song, it's fringed by a sense of loss, but at its heart 'Playing For Keeps' is about continuation.
Tune in now.
Jamws will release 'Toronto' EP on June 19th.
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