Jessica Luise has a new release out there, it’s called ‘Television Mister’. Jessica is a singer/songwriter hanging out in Manchester. On this evidence Jessica could be getting herself lots of airplay. If you fancy a cheery pop tune that you can sing along too and dance around your bedroom then this is the one for you. Give it a listen, read the Press Release and if you like it then give it a download.
In her first release to be joined by a full band, ‘Television Mister’ departs Jessica Luise from the chilled out indie-folk sound of her previous releases into a heavier indie-rock vibe, for fans of Jade Bird, The Beautiful South, Courtney Barnett, The Big Moon and Fleetwood Mac. Written by Jessica Luise and produced by Kieron Smith, the heavy drums and slick guitar licks make this Jessica Luise’s biggest single to date, and promises to secure her as the next one to watch on the indie music scene.
Hailing from Merseyside but now residing in Manchester, Jessica Luise has found great joy and satisfaction in making music to create a connection with people all over the world ever since an early age.The memorable lyrics in ‘Television Mister’ comment on the age of the fangirl, crushes on movie stars and the disconnection between people on the screen and in real life. Written during lockdown, ‘Television Mister’ tells the story of falling in love with an on-screen character and eventually finding someone with those attributes in real life.
“Imagine if a guy like you could really exist, instead of boys who cannot fill the shoes of men made out of scripts”, Jessica sings, commenting on how people can’t always live up to the high standards of love that are portrayed through film and television.
‘Television Mister’ is Jessica Luise’s second official single release, following the gorgeous indie-folk song ‘Better Place’ which has received several plays on BBC Merseyside since its release, and more recently received airplay on Co-op Radio, playing in every Co-op store in the country.
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