Jake Meadows – New EP Release

Sydney-native singer, multi-instrumentalist and harpist Jake Meadows has released his new EP “Good Company” which features mellow electronic tranquility that reflects his introspective emotions. “Good Company” features vocals from Daniel Johns (Silverchair) on every track. Check out the lead single “Echo of Tomorrow” here:

Meadows returned home from an inspiring trip to Spain and Ibiza to show his buddy Johns early versions of what would become “Good Company.” The resulting EP shows how a creative collaboration between two old friends can turn out to be and showcases Meadow’s signature sound which has been built from years of experimenting with classical harp, modern electronic techniques, and rich harmonious layers. It was written and recorded in studios across Sydney and Tasmania as well as on the north coast of Australia.

“Good Company” album cover

“Daniel and I have been friends for years and he’s always helped me find inspiration,” Meadows said. “We’ve always worked well together, on different projects, and this collaboration happened really organically. I showed him the tracks I had been working on for the EP and he offered to produce and be a part of the project, and we just went for it.”

“Good Company” is only a small taste of what we can come to expect from Meadow’s future. Listen to “Lost Entitlement,” another track off the EP, here:

Meadows has been featured as part of Silverchair’s Daniel Johns’ Opera House shows and at triple J’s Beat the Drum and spends time each year exploring new material in club shows in Ibiza. He has also worked with Eves the Behaviour, Thelma Plum, Paul Mac, Angus & Julia Stone, Steve Smyth, Art vs Science and Dustin Tebbutt, to name a few. To stay up to date with all things Meadows, be sure to follow him on Soundcloud, Facebook, Instagram and his website.

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