Nottingham’s up-and-coming music sensation Jalle delivers brand new summer anthem ‘Hideaway’. Following the release of his latest single ‘Downers’, Jalle has received praise from Radio 1’s Jack Saunders and Notion, as well as showcasing a compelling live performance of the track featuring Issey Cross who joined Jalle on stage at Hoxton Colours.

Combining infectious 80s synth-pop sonics with trap beats and contemporary rock grooves, the rich uptempo track, featuring production by Anton Hard (Iggy Azalea), sees Jalle take cues from the flair of modern pop icons The Weeknd and The 1975, while imbuing his own kaleidoscopic signature into today’s current music scene. 


Speaking about the track, Jalle explains: “Hideaway is about the conflicting feelings I get when I feel like the safest place for me to get away from all the madness of the world is in my head. But, when I spend too much time in there I start to forget what is real. I tend to do this a lot when I get depressed. I feel like I need to escape and just hideaway from everything for a bit, but I’m also conflicted with this as I feel like I’m stuck with my head in the sand and not facing my problems which in turn makes things worse.”

The Nottingham artist has recently just finished a run of shows touring Youth Club’s in the UK. Having found music through Nottingham’s Community Recording studios (Young T & Bugsey, Estelle and Aloe Blacc), it rescued him from a turbulent time in his life.

Jalle’s knack of full frontal insight into his world and how he navigates these difficult feelings is what drives the excitement around him. At just 20 years old, he has developed a whole musical world filled with his own stories and those of the people closest to him.

Live dates

13th May – The Great Escape, Music Venue Trust stage – 5:15pm

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