Oakland based singer-songwriter Jordan Goodman shares new hypnotizing single “Deceiving, Bad Habits”. Jordan’s voice is reminiscent of The Weeknd’s lead singer, Abel as both men share smooth, yet powerful vocals. The track explores what it means to love and what it feels like to expend love without a return.
In this track, Goodman writes about desire for love, and lack of self-love. Through his deceiving, bad habits, this man searches for love and acceptance as a means to fulfill his own personal lack.
German producer Mentor Axhaj collaborated with Jordan on “Deceiving, Bad Habits”. Axhaj incorporates his signature 808 and sample to create the dark layers that complement Jordan’s vocals.
When asked what motivates him to write music, Jordan revealed that he feels personally responsible to tell the stories of life, love, and heartbreak. Through his music, Goodman hopes to shed light on mental health and its complexities. “Deceiving, Bad Habits” is the first single off Jordan Goodman’s upcoming EP As A Man Thinketh. The EP will be ours to listen in September.