Nashville-based artist Jordan Lindley has just unveiled a new single Bummed. Written by Jordan himself and produced by Austin Bianco, the song is a folk tale about the “actions we take when we miss someone, but never fully articulate”. Jordan Lindley shares: “I wrote ‘Bummed’ on a summer afternoon, in which I realized that I was falling for someone that lived hundreds of miles away. I didn’t know where exactly all of the words were coming from, I just knew that I wanted to, sort of, list out the things about this person that I missed and admired. To me, the song shows a sense of happiness, loss, wonder, and hope — and that’s exactly what I was feeling at the time.”
Inspired by artists such as Bob Dylan, John Prine and Andy Hull, we can definitely sense that Jordan Lindley shares his heart through music, embarking us on a journey through love: the highs and lows we all go through in our lives. Bummed is an emotional folk song where Jordan Lindley’s vocals really shine.
Hailing from Oklahoma City, Jordan Lindley bridges the gap between alternative rock and contemporary folk. His vulnerable storytelling and addictive melodies are a front-row seat to a uniquely personal storm, while remaining familiar enough to universally relate. His debut EP Look Back, released in the winter of 2019 was produced by Jake Finch and Collin Pastore (Lucy Dacus, The Pressure Kids, boygenius). Bummed is the first song among many new singles to come in the spring and summer of 2020.