The Jordan releases brand new single ‘Dancefloor’ which follows just months after the release of her debut album ‘Nowhere Near The Sky’. The Jordan says “Free. Expressive. The loudest and largest version of ourselves. That’s what the Dancefloor makes of us. This song is an open invitation to anyone who feels like joining in, wherever you come from. Cause it’s is our own freaking song and we can do whatever the hell we want.”. The single release comes just one day before The Jordan makes her UK TV debut performing on the renowned series ‘Later… With Jools Holland’ Saturday 10th June on BBC Two.

In addition to the above, The Jordan will be returning for an intimate headline show at London’s St Pancras Old Church on 23rd October. Tickets are on sale now here.

In 2022, The Jordan emerged from out of nowhere, as her debut track ‘You Don’t Even Know Me’ exceeded a million streams and possessed the voice, the poise and the class of a seasoned artist. The following singles ‘The Room’ and ‘Best Damn Day’ united by dark-hued trip-hop beats, modernist alt-pop flair, timeless vocal elegance and an enigmatic air. Collectively they tell an episodic story of having the bravery to face challenges head-on, to overcome them, and to move on both empowered and stronger than ever before. Those traits all stand proud in The Jordan’s debut album ‘Nowhere Near The Sky’, which is out now on Cooking Vinyl

The record is born from The Jordan’s own personal experiences. The artist – real name Caroline van der Leeuw – achieved phenomenal success as the voice of Caro Emerald, their many achievements crowned by a UK #1 album and the longest-running #1 album in her home country The Netherlands since Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’. While she is appreciative of all of the good things that came with Caro Emerald, she felt compelled to express herself in a different way – one that reflected her true self.

That was an opportunity that presented itself when a session with the Ivor Novello winner David Kosten (Bat For Lashes, Everything Everything, Chris Martin) resulted in ‘The Room’ – a song which now opens ‘Nowhere Near The Sky’ with attention-grabbing fervour.

Entirely written or co-written by The Jordan, the album also features contributions from a second Ivor Novello winner in the shape of Eg White (Florence + The Machine, Sam Smith), as well as Wieger Hoogendorp, Robert Biesewig and Wouter Hardy. Portishead’s Adrian Utley also contributed to several of the tracks.

The album is available to buy or stream HERE, and her official store offers a variety of physical formats, as well as a signed art print, limited edition signed test pressings, and a t-shirt design.

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